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FITCHBURG STATE COLLEGE 







Student Life 


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Events 


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Academics 


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Organizations 


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Fitchburg State College 




Saxifrage Yearbook, 1991 

Box 6781 /ik)LeA' e/ 
160 Pearl Street 
Fitchburg, MA 01420 
(508) 345-7663 
Volume 69 



FITCHBURG STATE COLLEGE LIBUHT 

FITCHBURG. MA 01421 



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In June 1900, a school pin 
was designed based on the 
school flower: the saxi- 
frage. The alumni chose 
the daisy to encompass the 
school colors of the early 
Fitchburg State College 
days which were yellow 
and white. The saxifrage 
was chosen to represent 
the spirit and strength of 
the school. 

Symbolizing gentleness 
and perseverance in over- 
coming difficulties, the 
saxifrage is a flower known 
as the "rock-breaker" be- 
cause it grows through the 
crevices of rocks. 

From the first published 
Saxifrage Yearbook in 
1922, ". . . [if you] . . . find 
hidden in is petalled heart 
any fragrance, any joy, 
then we who have labored 
shall feel we have suc- 
ceeded in perpetuating the 
finest traditions of . . ." 
Fitchburg State College. 

Gina A. Cuccovia 






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It's spelled F-I-T-C-H-B-U-R-G S-T-A-T-E C-O-L-L-E-G-E 
and it is not located in the capital of Pennsylvania but rather in 
the Massachusetts Northeastern Worcester County. Fitchburg 
State College is recognized as the "uncommon public college" 
because of it's diversity and thoroughness of academic pro- 
grams, the cleanliness and appealing physical appearance of 
the campus grounds, and the overall comraderie among the 
students, faculty, and administrators. 

Despite the state budget cuts which took a toll of $2 million 
from the 1990-91 budget, despite the Persian Gulf War which 
many students and their families members served in, despite 
the crowded classrooms, and despite the unavailable jobs in the 
college community, Fitchburg State College students and fac- 
ulty pulled together to continue the growing and learning 
which keeps Fitchburg State College distinguishable. 

Throughout the next two hundred pages, the bond among 
Fitchburg State College students, faculty, and administrators 
is visible. From deep within the hearts and souls of each person 
affiliated with Fitchburg State College there lies at least one 
aspect of the college which brings out pride and honor. From 
out of no where each September about 600 new students join 
the Fitchburg State College family. From out of Fitchburg 
State College each May about 600 seniors leave the Fitchburg 
State College family to branch out and share their knowledge 
and experiences which they acquired here at Fitchburg State 
College. 

Good luck to the Class of 1991! Enjoy the book! 

Gina A. Cuccovia 
Editor-in-( 'h iej 

Special thanks to President Mara for sharing with me his feelings and opinions on the st re n&rth 
and pride anions the students, faculty, and administrators which contribute to and make up 

the "uncommon public college". 




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Going to college is more than just gong to 
school. Fitchburg State is not just a place to 
get an education but a place to live and learn 
about yourself. 

The Student Life Section was the most fun 
to work with because it captured the essence 
of the true meaning of friendship. Producing 
the Student Life Section allowed me to go 
beyond the everyday scene of on campus life 
at the Game Room, the Union Stop Pub, and 
Comedy Nights. 

In this section, I tried to display all of the 
exciting moments experienced while trying 
to get a new face on every page. I hope you 
enjoy reading the stories and looking at the 
pictures so that in a few years they will be 
remembered as fond memories. 

I want to give a special thanks to my 
Layout Designer, Julie Miranda and my 
Writer, Courtney Phaneuf for all of their 
hard work. I really appreciated all the time 
and dedication that was put into this section. 

Mich, II, Morgan 

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A place to 
explore 




The Craft Center, located 
down the hall from the Com- 
muters Cafeteria, is just the 
place to explore hidden artis- 
tic talents. Each full time 
student starts with $3.00 
worth of free supplies to use. 

The Craft Center offers 
twelve mini-craft courses 
taught by a student worker. 
The fee for each mini-course 
covers the cost of any ma- 
terials or supplies needed to 
create the craft. 

Buttons can be designed to 
enhance a particular outfit. 
Wood or fabric can be sten- 
ciled in a variety of designs. 
Plastic masks and country 
tin punches can be made. 
Glass etching can be used to 
create anything choose from 



a variety of colors, sizes, and 
designs of wooden beads, 
Natural fiber from India can 
be used to create macrame 
crafts. Cloth barrettes add 
something to an outfit, or de- 
sign a t-shirt with silk 
screening. Work with clay 
and create things of pottery. 
In addition to mini- 
courses, create leather prod- 
ucts, work with stained glass, 
wood burning, calligraphy, 
copper enameling, painting, 
plastic canvas, needlepoint, 
paper mache, and loom weav- 
ing. There is much to be 
found to create something 
spectacular, and everything 
can he used and enjoyed! 

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in-tra-myur-al adj: being 
or occurring within the walls 
or limits (as of a city or col- 
lege) <sports> 

Fitchburg State College is 
the host to a wide variety of 
intramural sports teams. 
The teams are started by 
groups of friends through 
their own pick and choose 
process. Sign-up sheets for 
teams are available in the in- 
tramural office. 

There are no qualifications 
for team exceptance and any 



student can participate in 
winter or spring sports. The 
teams work together with 
one another, and each team 
picks a teammate to act as 
captain. Games are played 
within the school against 
other FSC teams. 

The sports available in- 
c lude m a 1 e a n d female 
basketball, Softball, flag foot- 
ball, floor and street hockey, 
female soccer, and co-ed vol- 
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Club Comm/Med presented 
its Third Annual Tunnel of 
Terror production. The pro- 
duction took place in the 
Thompson Tunnel, including 
classrooms T1-T4 and all the 
connecting tunnels. The en- 
trance was through G-lobby, 
into the Old Commuters 
Cafeteria. The handicapped 
entrance was through Ed- 
gerly tunnel. 

The Tunnel was produced 
around handicapped acces- 
sibility, something not done 
in the past. The exit of the 
Tunnel was through Percival 
tunnel into the Miller park- 
ing lot. All sets were made by 
the members of Club Comm/ 
Med, and those who acted in 
the production were also 
members, as well as a few 
people who donated their 
time. 

The Programs Committee 



sponsored the First Annual 
Masquerade Ball. The 
Holmes Dining Commons 
was transformed for the 
occasion. A prize of two con- 
cert tickets was awarded for 
the most outrageous, excep- 
tional costume. Program 
Committee Masquerade t- 
shirts were given out for out- 
rageous and creative cos- 
tumes. Part of the festivities 
included a \'.i minute dance 
contest. 

Access sponsored a Hallo- 
ween Masquerade Party and 
the Union Stop Pub was 
transformed for the occasion. 

All of these activities were 
sponsored by campus or- 
ganizations, and were a 
great success. Halloween 
1990 will exist forever in a 
realm of the unknown. 

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Happening this 
week . . . 




Have you ever wondered 
exactly what the Campus 
Center is? Well, the Campus 
Center is in the Hammond 
Building and it is the place to 
find out a variety of informa- 
tion such as contests, ex- 
hibits, athletic events, per- 
formances, or trips that are 
taking place on campus. 

There are several large 
meeting rooms located on the 
ground floor in the Campus 
Center. Located in the base- 
ment are offices occupied by 
various student organiza- 
tions. 

But wait, the Campus Center 
has more . . . 

G-lobby: the ground floor of 
the Campus Center is better 
known as G-lobby, and is the 
center of casual student life. 



The Union Stop Pub: the 
place to be for socializing 
with friends and, if of legal 
drinking age, to enjoy a 
frosty beer or a cold glass of 
wine. A wide screen televi- 
sion and baskets of popcorn 
add to the friendly, laid-back 
atmosphere. 

Games Room: the games 
available range from video 
games to board games. Those 
who prefer outdoor recrea- 
tional activities could check 
out canoes, cross-country 
skiis, other equipment for 
free with an FSC student ID. 
Art Gallery: located above 
the Campus Center Office, 
the Art Gallery hosts a va- 
riety of exhibits which last 
about three weeks each. 

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It's fun. It's social. It's re- 
laxing. It's live. It's casual. 
What is it? It's Coffehouse, 
and it's even better than 
ever. Once extinct, Programs 
Committee resurrected 
Coffeehouse in 1989 and has 
built a loyal following. Per- 
formers from local on- 
campus talent to that of the 
New England area have vis- 
ited and shared their acous- 
tic sounds with the Fitch- 
burg State community. 

Kate Dickenson 



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that punchline 



Everybody needs a good 
laugh now and then and the 
general consensus around 
campus for a good laugh was 
Comedy Night. 

Sponsored by the Pro- 
grams Committee, the Union 
Stop Pub was the place to be 
for a hilariously funny good 
time. Local comedians per- 
formed to numerous crowds 
of students eager for that 
next punchline. 

Jokes followed a variety of 



categories. Whether it was 
politics gender, nationality, 
sex, or student life at FSC 
each was as funny as the 
next. 

Student response to the 
comedians and their joke 
content was definitely posi- 
tive. The shows were all ages 
so that everybody could 
attend. 

Thumbs up to Comedy 
Night! 

Courtney PhanevJ 



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Donating blood has to be 
one of the best feelings a per- 
son can have. Just knowing 
that a stranger's life can be 
saved because you donated 
blood is enough to fill any 
person with a certain kind of 
peace. 

The blood drives on 
campus are sponsored by the 
Campus Center. This years 
blood drives were co- 
sponsored by WXPL and the 
Hockey Club. These or- 
ganizations worked directly 



with the Red Cross volun- 
teers. Their job was to adver- 
tise in G-lobby while signing 
up sponsors. They also assist- 
ed donors after they finished 
giving blood. 

Despite all the horror 
stories about donating blood 
and the big needles that are 
used, giving blood is truly 
a rewarding experience. 
Thumbs up and thank you to 
everyone who participated 
and donated their blood. 

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Does Residence Life make 
you think of popcorn munch- 
ing, study groups, midnight 
pizza feasts and Pictionary 
tournaments? 

Life in the Residence halls 
is an opportunity in college 
living that not every student 
gets to experience. The FSC 
campus offers a variety of 
different settings for the 
Residence Life experience. 
Aubuchon Hall is the only 
campus residence hall that 
houses all female students. 
Russell Towers is the largest 
co-ed residence located at 
FSC, and Herlihy Hall is the 
smallest and the oldest res- 



idence hall at FSC. The New 
Residence Hall Complex con- 
sists of eight buildings, and 
gives the student a dormi- 
tory setting with a town- 
house atmosphere. The 
Townhouse Complex is 
offered for upperelassmen 
and is like an apartment 
setup. Whichever residence 
hall the student lives in, the 
living experience is similar. 
Residence halls offer the st u- 
dent a chance to meet new 
people, develop close friend- 
ships, and experience a style 
of living that makes college 
what it is. 

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Good times with great friends — that's 
what filled the air this year at Fitchburg 
State College events. Students, faculty, and 
administrators gathered to enjoy the vari- 
ous events which united the college com- 
munity. 

The year started with the Freshman Ori- 
entation Weekend, followed by the Annual 
Winter Carnival and the Seventh Annual 
Heritage Ball. The holiday season was cele- 
brated campus-wide by the Third Annual 
deck the Halls with the Halls, the spring 
semester ended with a concert by + . 

The 1991 Events Section is dedicated to all 
FSC students, faculty, and administrators 
who took pat in the 1990-91 events sponsored 
by affiliated FSC groups. We, the Saxifrage 
Staff, hope that as this section is read, mem- 
ories of good times with great friends come to 
mind and fill the heart. 

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Stepping into the 90's 




Every year, Fitchburg State 
College welcomes a now group of 
students to the campus. Also 
y year, these now students 
provided with a weekend full 
•.formation that will make 
them student veterans of FSC 
re they begin! 
On August 31, 1990, a staff of 
ned Orientation Leaders 
met their group of students and 
the fun began with a huge bar- 
te provided by DAKA, but 
prepared and served by the col- 
lege's administration. That 
ning there were activities 
and fames to help the students 
to know each other and feel 
more at ease. That same night 
the quad was the stage for 
laughs and good humor as the 
renowned comedian Dan Shee- 
han, performed to the crowd's 
delight. 

On Saturday, there were a 
variety of programs for com- 
muters and on-campus stu- 
dents. Programs focusing on 
date rape and sexuality, choos- 
ing a major and life in the res- 
idence halls, were among some 
of the topics discussed. 

During the course of the week- 
end, the hit film "Tango and 
Cash" was shown several times, 
and the Game Room was open 
extended hours for everyone's 
enjoyment. On Saturday night, 
the highlight of the evening was 
a dance in the Holmes Dining 
,mons. 
On Sunday, another assort- 
ment of programs were pro- 
vided to round up the weekend 
including a slide show for all of 
the students who now chose to 
call Fitchburg State College 
for the next four years. 
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The Class of i v .';^ hoste< 

the Annual Winter Carnival 

at the Best Western Hotel in 

Pitchburg on February 8, 

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The peach and white bal- 
loons that decora toil the 
tables created a fun-loving 
atmosphere for a night filled 
with dinner, music, and danc- 
ing. About four hundred 
students and faculty at- 
tended the event. 

The Sophomore Class suc- 
ded in hosting: another en- 

rtaining and delightfu 
Winter Carnival. The 1991 
theme "This is the time", 
hopefully filled the hearts of 
all so that the nig:ht was en- 
joyed and remembered. 

Dean Rachupku 





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On Friday. March 1. 1991 
the Seventh Annual Heri- 
tage Ball was held at the 
Sheraton Hotel Ball Room in 
Leominster. The event was 
sponsored by the African- 
American History Month 
Planning Committee and the 
Access Office. 

Ms. Etehika Robertson, 
who served as the MC, began 
the evening with an intro- 
duction and a moment of si- 
lence for all the troops in the 
Persian Gulf. After dinner 
the Achievement Awards 
and Image Awards were pre- 
sented by Rev. Alvin Riley. 
The 1991 Fitchburg State 
College student achiever 
who was honored by the Hall 
of Black Achievement was 
Mr. Roderick Malcolm. The 
Achievement Awards were 
based on the first semester of 
the 1990-91 academic year 
and were presented to a male 
and female from each of the 
classes. The Image Awards 
were presented to those 
students who contributed to 
college diversity to on and off 
campus activities. 

The night was also enjoyed 

" b dancing from the music 
played by Paul "P.D." Dailey. 
• his year's "Out of Africa" 
Heritage Ball was another 
ess, all will remember 
the pood time with fond mem- 
ories. 

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"Deck the Halls with 
McKay children, t'a la la la la 
la la la la . . .!" It was a fun 
ami joyous afternoon for 

about 7> McKay students 
who joined FSC organi- 
zations members, the Resi- 
dence Life staff, other stu- 
dents and of course Santa 
Claus on Tuesday, December 
4. 1990 in the Union Stop Pub 
in the Campus Center. 

Some of the events which 
Residence Directors Ruta 
Shaw and Michelle Lussier, 
the coordinators of Deck the 
Halls with the Halls, set up 
for the children were getting 
a photo taken with their 
sponsors, making crafts, col- 
oring, eating pizza and 
cookies, and finally receiving 
their gift from Santa Claus. 
Many offices on campus and 
jcal department stores do- 
nated goods to the event in 
order for the students to feel 
the holiday spirit among 
them. Ruta Shaw commented 
that ". . . it was great how many 
others wanted to help . . ." 

This third annual Deck the 

Halls with the Halls festival 

turned out a success with all 

new "sections" which 

allowed the children to be 

th their spon- 

ne children were able 

now their sponsors 

and thus feel more 

mfortable. Thanks to all 

the kind-hearted sponsors on 

Deck the 

Halls - added to 

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On April 5th, the Boston 
based band. O-lVsitive. per- 
formed in the Fit oh burg 
State College Commuter's 
Cafeteria. Pitchburg State 
students, as well as students 
from other school, attended 
this event. 

Opening up for O-Positive 
were Furious George, a local 
band, and a new band on 
campus. The Rope Farmers. 

Within the Union Stop Pub, 
a giant television screen pro- 
jected both Furious George 
and The Rope Farmers. Due 
to the convenience and the 
availability of alcoholic bev- 
erages to those of age, many 
students chose to reside 
within the Pub, during 
Furious George and The 
Rope Farmers. But as soon 
as vibes from O-Positive were 
heard, students rushed out 
to the Commuter's Cafe to 
join the excitement of the 
band. 

O-Positive entertained the 
crowd for over an hour. They 
played tunes from previous 
albums, to the most recent 
one, and even experimented 
with some from their un- 
released album. The unique 
and diverse styles of music 
enjoyed by all who 

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This year a brand new section has been 
added to the Saxifrage Yearbook: the Aca- 
demics Section. In the past, there has been a 
Faculty Section, but it was simply panels of 
faculty photos and names. 

We hope to have started a new tradition 
with the Academic Section. We wanted to 
capture the vast variety within Fitchburg 
State College academics. The Academics 
Section is not limited to just what the class- 
room offers, but rather to all aspects con- 
cerning academics including class projects, 
faculty information, internships, post gradu- 
ation life, and much more! 

I would like to extend a special thanks to 
Dean Elaine Gardner, for encouraging us to 
pursue the production of this section. Also to 
the Editor Gina Cuccovia for having the pa- 
tience and the enthusiasm to work by my 
side during the whole process, without her it 

may have been another "mugshot" section. 

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Faculty: What about them? 
They're the ones who give us 
homework, reports, exams, 
projects, research assign- 
ments, etc. . . . They're the 
ones who make our lives dif- 
ficult at times! 

Most of us view our pro- 
fessors as someone we see in 
a classroom, but they are ac- 
tually people: people who do 
have lives outside school. 

In November, I mailed out 
a letter to all teaching fac- 
ulty asking them to give me 
some background informa- 
tion on their hobbies and in- 
terests. I was very pleased 
with the response I received 
from them. I spoke with some 
professors and interviewed 
them and I was very sur- 
prised to discover just how 
interesting they really are. 

The stereotypical view of 
them going home at night 
and making up 300 question 
exams and conjuring up 
other ways to make our lives 
miserable was shattered. 
They are just as eager to 
move on after classes as we 
are. They have friends, 
family and hobbies just like 
us. 

I would like to thank the 
professors for taking the 
time out of their busy lives 
and contributing to the sec- 
tion. Especially the ones who 
trave an extra effort and met 
with me on more than one 
occasion and shared their in- 
terests. Without their help 
and cooperation this section 
tldn'1 have been possible. 
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DR. CHARLES H. SIDES: COMMUNICATIONS/MEDIA 

Bluegrass and Appalachian music. Plays the 5 string banjo. Above: Dr. Sides shown holdi 

Appalachian dulcimer that he built and also plays. 

JERRY JOHNSON: COMPUTER SCIENCE 

Restores antiques, he restored a Vermont school house into his vacation home; collecti 

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MARILYN MCCAFFREY: ENGLISH 

Collects children's picture books from countries around the world where 
she's traveled. Above: Shown with her collection of books from Thailand, 
Poland, Turkey, USSR, Hungary, Japan, Argentina, Brazil, China, Mexico, 
Israel and other countries. 




LEONARD GASKINS: MUSIC 

Golf, chess, retired colonel from the Army. He is the founder and director of 
Leonard Gaskins chorale (singers), it's his 22nd year. Above: Shown conduct- 
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JANICE M. ALBERGHENE: ENGLISH 
Politics 

HARRIET ALONSO: HISTORY 
Commuter — marriage in New York City, 
tennis, bike riding, theatre, college-age son, 
political activist. 

NEAL ANDERSON: BIOLOGY 

Director — Appalachian Mtn. Club Mountain 

leadership school, winter mountaineering 

school. 

DR. JEFFERSON BREEN: PSYCHOLOGY 
Travel, tennis, writing — authored book on 
self-esteem, skiing, practicing psychologist for 
20 years. 

DR. LUCY DECHENE: MATHEMATICS 
Composer of classical music, church organist 
& choir conductor, professional carillonneur & 
recitalist. 

DR. RONA F. FLIPPO: EDUCATION 

Writing, Reading, Camping and Traveling 

JOHN GAUMOND: McKay grade 5, EDUCA- 
TION 

Collects golden age radio shows (30's & 40's) & 
comic books. Saturday Matinee movie serials 
called cliffhangers. Builds stone walls. 

CAROL GAY: PSYCHOLOGY 

Producing videos on gender. 

ARNOLD GORDENSTEIN: ENGLISH 
Basketball, travel, jazz, jogging 

DONALD M. ISAAC, PH.D: HUMAN SER- 
VICES 

Computers, foreign languages, science fiction, 
travel, business. 

DR. WILLIAM KEOUGH: ENGLISH 
Snorkeling, writing, Ireland & the Caribbean. 

DR. ALLAN KIMMEL: PSYCHOLOGY 

Film, photography, music. 

MARY KING: HUMAN SERVICES 

Skiing, backpacking, hiking. 

LOU LORENZEN: ART 

Painting, Illustration, poetry, sports. 

ANN MRVICA: COMM/MED1A 

Recvcling, formed recycling committee for 

FSC. 

JAMES SHEEHAN: PHYS. ED. 
Motorcycles, weight training, engine repair. 

DONALD SCHMIDT (LUNA TICK): BOTANY 
Dissecting frogs, making bombs & not just a 
professor! 

A. LYNNE WAGNER: NURSING 
Photography, Involved in AFS program (in- 
ternational student exchange program) 

JEAN WORFOLK: NURSING 

Community theater, piloting a single engine 
plane, white water rafting. American Indian 

and Latin American cultures. 



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Clinical Laboratory Scien- 
tists, also known as Medical 
Technologists, perform a 

variety of laboratory tasks 
that help in the diagnosis of 
disease and the maintenance 
oi health. Medical Technol- 
ogy is an applied science and 
the technicians use complex 
instrumentation. 

The Medical Technology 
curriculum involves an in- 
tegrated style of educa- 
tion. Students take clinical 
courses as well as the basic 
science courses in the fresh- 
man year and continue to do 
so through senior year. The 
students are trained in all 
disciplines with interlevel 
skills. On the third floor of 
the Condike Science Building 
there are three laboratories 
which are models of modern 
clinical labs. There are also 
computers available for stu- 
dents to use. In the Medical 
Technology program stu- 
dents gain practical experi- 
ence by attending a local hos- 
pital for the final eight weeks 
of the last semester of the 
senior year. 

Professor Elizabeth Sym- 
czak encourages that there is 
a ". . . need to look beyond the 
lab for career advancement 
opportunities . . . [because] 
. . . Medical Technologists 
learn an important set of 
analytical and organiza- 
tional skills which are trans- 
ferable . . ." to different pro- 
fessional positions. Medical 
Technologists are needed in 
all types of health care fa- 
cilities. Students graduating 
•a the program at Fitch- 
ate <"olletfe leave with 
th<- kn' Ige to take a posi- 
tion in a rigorous and tech- 
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Since the first gradu- 
ating class from 
Fitchburg Normal 
School in 1897, the 
college has prevailed 
many prosperous and 
also many burden- 
some years. Through 
the years, Fitchburg 



that these factors are 
what continuously 
invigorated the col- 
lege to progress. 
Fitchburg State Col- 
lege has amplified 
in enrollment, ex- 
panded in building 
numbers, diversified 



$3,000; the operatir 
budget of the scho 
was $11,500; enrol 
ment: 46 women 

1895 -First of off ici 
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Above: Two views of Thompson Hall, 
1940' s. Top right: View of the Quad. 
1941. Right: Thompson Hall. 1936. 



State College has de- 
veloped and many 
traditions concerning 
all aspects of the col- 
lege have been 
formed. Because the 
faculty, staff, and stu- 
dents of Fitchburg 
State College have 
been what have kept 
it alive, the history of 
the college will prove 



in academics, and 
flourished in spirit. 

1894 - Massachusetts 
Legislature funded 
the State Normal 
School in Fitchburg 
on Academy Street, 
Fitchburg, MA; John 
G. Thompson be- 
came Principal with 
an annual salary of 



1896 - Renamed Ttf 
State Schools ( 



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1897-98- First gradi 1 
ating class 

1903-EdgerlySchoc 
opened as an eight 
grade school 

1909-10- Tuition frd 
for all Massachusetf 






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residents; out-of-state 
residents: $25 a se- 
mester 

1910-Edgerly School 
became one of the first 
Junior High Schools 
in the U.S.A. 

1912-13-Firstathletic 

program; competi- 
tion against local high 
schools 



1915 - Willis B. An- 
thony became Direc- 
tor of Practical Arts 
Department 

1922 - First Saxifrage 
Yearbook produced; 
First Editor-in-Chief 
was Marguerite 
McCourville 

1922 - Student Gov- 
ernment Association 
established to set 
rules and regulations 

1921 - (Dec. 8 or 10) 
Gaveleer Literary So- 
ciety formed to fur- 
ther literary talent 
and to promote good 

1924 - (Nov. 17) 
Mohawk Club was 
organized under 
leadership of Stanley 
Kruzyno to promote 
social welfare, school 
cooperation, and ca- 
reer development 

1927 - (May 12) 
Fitchburg Normal 
School Baseball Team 
played against 

Fitchburg High 
School to raise money 
for aviators to fly 
across the Atlantic 
(Normal School won 
5-2) 

L927 - Charles \1. 
Herlihy became prin- 
cipal 








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1931 - Renamed the can for men and 

State Teachers Col- women; Esoteric So- 

lege at Fitchburg and cietv, Newman Club 

ottered four-year de- and Student Chris- 

grees in all Levels of tian Fellowship 

education started 

1^37 - Formal gradu- 1959 - McKay family 

ate courses added to donated about 10 

curriculum acres of park area on 

Rindge Road to the 

1939 - Industrial Arts City of Fitchburg and 

Department opened the Commonwealth 

to women students purchased it for $ 1 



This Page Below: Quad with Percival 
in background, 1961. Bottom: Palmer 
Hall, 1941, Left: Classroom. 1936. 



Rifilu Page Top: Pillion School, \6I . 
Middle-Palmer Hall, 194 J. Bom 
Fitchburg State, 1940' s. 




1942 -Fitchburg Nor- 
mal School became 
2nd Massachusetts 
teacher college to re- 
ceive accreditation 
for 50 years service 
by the American As- 
sociation of Teachers 
Colleges 

1943 - the Nursing 
Education program 
coordinated its pro- 
gram with Burbank 
Hospital 

1946-47 - Intramural 
sports program be- 



1960- (April 14) Gym- 
nasium completed 
and dedicated to Wil- 
liam Parkinson; Dor- 
mitory opened and 
dedicated to Dr. 
Charles M. Herlihy 

1 960 - State legislature 
introduced bill to re- 
name teacher colleges 
to "State Colleges"; 
on April 28 the col- 
lege became the State 
College at Fitchburg 

1962 - Nursing Pro- 
gram made official 




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>65 - college name 1966 - (November) 
ficially changed to women's residence 
tchburg State Col- hall opened (later 
5e named Aubuchon 

Hall) 



1969-70 - Student 
Newspaper Editor, 
John Antonelli, 
helped change name 
of college paper from 
Kampus Vue to The 
Cycle 

1971 - (spring) McKay 
Campus School 
opened; Special Edu- 
cation program began 

1975 - Bachelor of 
Business Administra- 
tion program began 

1975 -(December) Dr. 
Vincent J. Mara be- 
came President (took 
office in Jan. 1976) 

1977 - Communica- 
tions/Media B.S. de- 
gree, Advanced 
Graduate Study Pro- 
gram in Career/Oc- 
cupational Education 
approved 

1977 - First Fall Con- 
vocation 

1978 - (May 4) First 
Honors Convocation 
annual ceremony rec- 
ognized academic 
achievements, de- 
partmental awards, 
scholarships, fellow- 
ships for graduating 
seniors, faculty pro- 
motions, and retire- 
ments 




1978 - (September) 
Townhouses opened; 
'Tub" in Campus 
Center, Hammond 
Building opened 

1981 - (December) 
Master of Science in 
Counseling degree 
approved 

1985 - (March) Nurs- 
ing Program was ap- 
proved by the Na- 
tional League of 
Nursing for a period 
of eight years 

Obviously not all as- 
pects of the college's 
history have been in- 
cluded in this chro- 
nology. This is just a 
selected overview 
which the Saxifrage 
Staff thought might 
be of interest to the 
present FSC student 
and faculty body. 

dim A. Cut 



.7 thanks to the following people 
who donated time and information to put 
this chronology together: 
Alumni AsS0( iation 
Dr. Ronald Colbert 
Mr. Robert Foley 
Dean Elaune Gardiner 
FSC A Record of Ixaderthiv by 

I Uiindon 
Mr. George James 

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he real world 



Senior year of college moans a vari- 
ety of different experiences for a 
variety of different students. Two 
semesters worth of general educa- 
tion courses, maybe take those selec- 
tive humanities courses that never 
fit into a class schedule. Senior year 
is, after all, a time to celebrate right? 
Graduation is just around the 
corner, maybe take that Spring 
Break trip to an exotic island that 
you've always dreamt about. Some 
FSC seniors are lucky enough to ex- 
perience the "real world" before 
graduation. Some of these ex- 
periences are optional, while others 
are requirements for graduation 
credits ... 40 hours of "free work" 
each week for an entire semester 
may seem crazy, but the experiences 
are priceless and rewarding. 
Internships 

FSC students majoring in Com- 
munications/Media are required to 
do an internship their last semester 
before graduation. The internship 
process begins the first semester of 
the senior year. Portfolios are per- 
fected, containing the student's col- 
lege years of professional work. In- 
terviews follow, and each student is 
assigned an internship site. The 
next semester the student is able to 
tackle the pressures of the profes- 
sional world. 
Student Teaching 
FSC students majoring in education 
student teach for one semester their 
last year of college. The student fills 
out a form requesting a specific sta- 
tion. The process to get a teaching 
station is similar to registering for 
classes — first come, first serve. The 
student becomes a "teacher's 
helper" for the semester, until the 
last two weeks when they take over 
and teach the entire classroom. 
Nursing Clinicals 

Nursing majors at FSC are required 
to do clinicals. These are labs that 
are a part of specific classes, and the 
student does these in a hospital set- 
ting all four years of the nursingcur- 
riculum. Course credits for these 
labs are part of the credits for the 
appropriate class. 

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In doing this section it is a review of or- 
ganizations and what they did over the 1990- 
91 school year. Over the last two semesters 
WXPL opened its new studios in the base- 
ment of Thompson Hall, the Programs Com- 
mittee and Amnesty International spon- 
sored a Secret Ball, the Class of 1993 held the 
annual Winter Carnival, the Cultural Society 
held a lip sync each semester, Club Comm/ 
Med did the Tunnel of Terror at Halloween, 
Programs Committee held a Harvard Square 
Day, and every organization sold everything 
from baked goods to raffle tickets in G-Lobby 
and did their own "thing." 

It was a trying experience to create a sec- 
tion pleasing to the eye and one that repre- 
sented the 60 plus organizations. 1 would like 
to thank those organizations that sent their 
stories and candids! It was a great experi- 
ence and a great year for organizations. 

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Accou nting Society 

The F.S.C. Accounting 
Society is a student chapter 
oi the Worcester National 
Association o( Accountants. 
It was designed to satisfy the 
specific needs and interests 
oi accounting students. By 
hosting speakers, attending 
meetings oi national or- 
ganizations, going on plant 
tours, and working in cooper- 
ation with both the public 
and private sectors of the 
business community, we 
hope to gain a realistic ver- 
sion of the problems, ob- 
jectives, policies, and pro- 
cedures associated with the 
accounting profession. 

Kerry Ryan 






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FRONT ROW: Carolyn Dunphy, Kerry Ryan, Linda Doucette, Dimitri Bugnolo, Scott O'Brien; ROW 
2: Jennifer Coller, Janis Schofield, Brenda Dassat, Ami Kozak, Sandra Gauvin. 






Amnesty International 

Amnesty International at 
Fitchburg State College 
began in the Fall of 1988. 
Campus activities included 
concerts and annual lip 
syncs. Community activities 
have been fixing meals at 
homeless shelters and an 
educational table at the local 
mall. The main activity of 
AIFSC has been letter writ- 
ing to foreign officials on be- 
half of prisoners of con- 
science. The FSC chapter of 
Amnesty International has 
received responses from 
heads of state, cabinet min- 
and prisoners of con- 
ence themselves. A pris- 
onerofcor is. someone 

imprisoned foi religious be- 

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prei sion of ano human 

nirht. 




FRONT ROW: Anna. Jarvis, John Eisner, Lynn Fluet, Debbie Kiley, Lisa Alves, Eric Hellweg; 
Marybeth <<,wen, Susan Embriano, Moira Gallagher, Amy Wiedemann, Richelle Lacerda. 



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Biology Club 

The Biology Club is an or- 
ganization open to all 
students at F.S.C. It pro- 
motes interest in many areas 
of biology from environ- 
mental sciences to the cell 
molecular level. 

Kim Stark 



! FRONT ROW: Daniel Harkness, Kim Stark, Steve Souliere; ROW 2: Valerie Dupill, Joy Robert, Jolie 
Sherwood. 




RONT ROW: Michelle Menard, Jim McKenna, Kris Akins, Kim Antwine, anonymous; ROW 2: Pete 
^ ofronas, Jim Jasie, Courtney Phaneuf, Jen Barrows, Adam Everett; ROW3: Mark Robii tiaud, Sue 

' fillard, Jeff Boudreau, Ernie Grady, Judy Lundy. 



Communication si Media 
Club 

Club Comm/Med is open to 
all students with an interest 
in the communications field. 
The club is a sponsor of the 

Visions Student Honors 
Show, the Rent-A-Studcnt 
Auction, and the famous 
Tunnel of Terror. The club 
provides extra training and 
information aimed at fur- 
thering the knowledge of t he 
communicat ions st udenl s in 
t li e i r intend e d a r e a 1 1 f 
st udies. 



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L'ultural Soviet 



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The purpose of the Cul- 
tural Society is to provide in- 
teraction between various 
groups of students at FSC by 
holding special social events. 




FRONT ROW: Michelle Browne, Julie Dockery, Heather Hurley, Tarika Dowdell; ROW 2: Barbara 
Robinson, Liza Bermudez, Michelle Walker, Alvin Riley, Cassandra Parker, Jong'Alin Davidson, 
Phillip Harrison; ROW 3: Marcine Ricketts, Marie Milord, Tebogo Makhene, Nadine Michel, France 
St. Aubin; ROW 4: Kiyana Kempton, Sanora Soloman, Roger Harvey, Patricio Russell. MISSING: 
Anjanette Lopes, Dionyshin Durant, Katerine Frederick, Patrick Haynes, Shane Rodriquez, Regi- 
nald Mignon, Fabian Williams, Patrick Barosy, Terri Soucie, Kris Tyler, David Braxton, Barry Smith, 
Sion Chambers, Nicole Mars, Elcie Elysse, Marvia France, Kenton Jocobs, Tonya Wells. 



Dane in' Club 

Dancin' Club is a student 
run organization coordinat- 
ed by Caryl Sickul. Each 
week the club meets and 
dances to popular and classi- 
cal music. The club offers tap, 
ballet, jazz, and aerobic 
styles. At the close of the 
school year, the club pre- 
sents an electrifying perfor- 
mance in the Spring Dance 
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FRONT ROW: Caryl Sickul, Lisa Coullivan, Adriana Nunez, Dawn Vieira, Janine Cummings; ROW2: 
Kelly Deluz, Gigi Maestratta, Cheryl Hines, Gary Fryns, Kim Malanson, Kim Remillard, Debbie 
Mason; ROW 3: Beth Erickson, Angela Riccardi, Maryellen Starble, Michelle Waker, anonymous, 
Sharlen McCloskey, Audra Hudson, Kristen Dunan, Shannon Walent. 




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Early Childhood Club 

During the first semester 
of the 90-91 year, the Early 
Childhood Club had a hard 
time getting its feet off the 
ground. During the first 
semester the club was visited 
by a Head Start director and 
head teacher. Some of the 
programs in the second 
semester included student 
teacher day, learning cen- 
ters workshop, and career 
day, in which a principal of a 
school attended to share his 
views on interviews. In 
March two members went to 
the NAEYC (National Asso- 
ciation for the Education of 
Young Children) Convention 
held in Rhode Island. 



FRONT ROW: Jennifer Patridge, Sheri Hobby, Dawn Wholey, Dr. Bill Strader, Beth Jacobson, Jenni- 
fer Tinelli. 




Economics Club 



FRONT ROW: Michael Flaherty, Danielle Arnold, Chris Patria, Dr. Ale* Donkor. 



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KU' tn cut a ry Educa t ion 

Club 

Reorganizing and regroup- 
ing, the club will be helping: 
to redefine what a teacher is 
and will ho in the years 
ahead. The club consists of 
all Elementary Education 
majors and interacts with 
other college students, pro- 
fessors, and the teachers and 
students at McKay, by offer- 
ing student teaching - semi- 
nars, speaker series and 
other activities to help pre- 
pare members for education 
careers. But the club is also 
for fun. too! We do various 
fundraisers, club T-shirt 
sales and club parties. 

Scott Pedroli 




FRONT ROW: Jana Eldridge, Kim Camara, Scott Pedroli, Michelle Melville, Liz Moore, Charles 
Hetzel, Rono Flippo (advisor absent). 



English Club 





FRONT ROW: LuAnn. Johnson, Linda Glover, Dawn Mclnnis; ROW2: Doug Reardon, Arnold Gorden- 
stein, William Koough. 



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Epsilon Pi Tau 

Epsilon Pi Tau was found- 
ed in Columbia, Ohio. On 
March 13, 1929 and incor- 
porated not for profit under 
the laws of the state of Ohio 
as an Honorary Fraternity 
on April 15, 1942. It's an In- 
ternational Honorary Pro- 
fessional Fraternity operat- 
ing in the complementary 
fields of Industrial Arts Edu- 
cation and Industrial Voca- 
tional Education. 

Michelle Morgan 



I FRONT ROW: John Blaekington, Chris Taylor, Daryl Carlson, Michelle Morgan, Scott Gaines; ROW2: 
I Kevin Murphy, Pedro Aguiar, Dave Croce, Stephanie Lukes, Dr. Bucholds, Mr. Therrian, Dave 
I Hefferman, Paul Hayes. MISSING: Tori Trincia, Sean Jordon, Chris Beaton, John Kelley. 




^RONT ROW: Shannon Walent, Rob Porath. Thad Yukna. Paul LaVallee, Kate Dickinson; R< W 
Cric Guptal, Patti Steman, Kim Hoff, Carol Hatch, Wendy Rosengren. MISSING: Tim Liptrap. 



First Responders 
Rescue Squad 

The FSC First Responded 
Rescue Squad is dedicated to 
providing emergency med- 
ical services to the campus 
seven days a week. In addi- 
tion to these services the 
Rescue Squad also teaches 
courses throughout the year 
to certify students in First 
Response, CPR. ami First 
Aid. 

This year the R e sc u e 
Squad responded to approxi- 
mately sixty on-campus med- 
ical calls while providing 
emergency coverage o 
at hletic event a in conji in< 
tion with the athletic depart- 
ment as well. The FSt ' First 
Responding Rescue Squad 
also put on a mock car acci- 
dent for Alcohol Awarem 

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Geography Club 

The Geography Club is 
open to all students, regard- 
less of major. The purpose of 
the Geography Club is to pro- 
mote an awareness of geo- 
graphic and environmental 
issues. 

During the 1990-91 aca- 
demic year, the club partic- 
ipated in field trips to the 
Omni Theater in Boston, and 
the Spring- Field Trip to 
upper New York State. The 
trips sponsored by the club 
were educational and fun! 

The Geography Club also 
held weekly bake sales, a hol- 
iday recycling can drive for 
Our Father's House, two 
spring car washes, and an 
Outdoor Adventure Series 
Lecture. 

Gina A. Cuccovia 




FRONT ROW: Marci Brown, Brandy Attman, Sherri Robichaud, Ken Kurland; ROW 2: Gina 
Cuccovia, Ann Marie Eckland, Dr. Champlain, Glenn Mathews, Denise Guillemette. 



Hispayiic Student 
Union 

The Hispanic Student 
Union of Fitchburg State 
College strives to make a 
better world around us. Our 
organization is open to all in- 
terested in Hispanic culture. 
New faces with positive ideas 
are always welcome. 

Hispanic Student Union 
wishes to combat the stereo- 
type of the uneducated His- 
panic by providing positive 
role models. The Hispanic 
Student Union looks forward 
to a bright and wonderful 
future. 




FRONT ROW: George Lopez,. Jameth Silva, Liza Bermudez; ROW 2: Ernesto Mayorga, John Monies. 






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International Student 
Union 

International students at 
Fitchburg State College offer 
the college community a 
number of opportunities to 
understand the world. They 
participate in the annual 
Sociology Forum and cook 
and serve food from their 
native countries on FSC 
Ethnic Nutrition Day. They 
decorate for and perform at 
the annual Multicultural 
Dinner. This year the ISU 
took a trip to Boston, visiting 
Chinatown and other sights, 
gave a pizza and ice cream 
social with video tapes of 
Thailand, and sponsored a 
"Deck the Halls" child. 



FRONT ROW: Tina Tan, Payal Dholakia, Petrina Ulfaancloffiv, Yiwen Huang; ROW 2: Marcelle 
Bixby, Phoumany Chantanansinh, Janice Johnston, Nancy Marriseau. 




Inter-Varsity Christian 
Fellowsh ip 

Inter-varsity is a group 
primarily composed of 
students who gather to- 
gether for fellowship, Bible 
study, and worship. It's a 
place to come and invest i^ate 
the validity of the Bible and 
the claims of Jesus Christ. 



FRONT ROW: Andrea Lessard, Kris Erickson; ROW 2: Jane Kulkkula, Kim McLain, D< bbj Kirst, 
Susan Davenport, Coleen Parker; ROW3: Tim Bamford, Mark Fields, Geoff Banyai, Darryl Santaus, 

Tim Young, Bob Boutwell, Mike Belin. 



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Jewish Student ['uioii 

The Jewish Student Union 
represents the Jewish Re- 
ligion on campus. It is both a 
social and religiously based 

club. 




FRONT ROW: Mike Willens, Shani Janz, Alex Foreman; ROW 2: Kimberly Gordon, Marc Orenberg, 
Leslie Cohen. MISSING: Dr. Bernstein. 



Karate Club 

The Karate Club partic- 
ipates in the New England 
Collegiate Karate Confer- 
ence as well as the North 
American Karate Federa- 
tion. The instructor is Sensei 
George Noone, a third degree 
black belt in Shotokan 
Karate. Classes are open to 
students and faculty and no 
prior experience is neces- 
sary. Karate is both a sport 
and c*n art that uses total 
body conditioning to develop 
physical and mental skills. It 
promotes confidence in one's 
self and abilities. Club dues 
are considerably cheaper 
than commercial schools and 
promotions are held at the 
end of each semester. 

rifitAne Vieira 




FRONT ROW: Donald Hosley, Kevin Baron, Chuck Ferreira; ROW 2: Todd Weldon, Christine Viera, 
Kf;n Mantowski. 



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Marketing Society 

The Marketing Society has 
been established to provide 
an outlet for social interac- 
tion pertaining to Business 
Administration. The society 
also sponsors activities and 
events for members as well 
as non-members. Students 
are given the opportunity to 
utilize their business skills 
and apply it in a practical 
way. 

Michelle Aubuchan 



FRONT ROW: Mark Keenan, Jim Wolcott, Eric Bremberg, John Heneghan, Julie Barrusso, Barry 
Herman; ROW 2: Steve Conway, John Lens, Rick Lewis, Jeff Simoneau, Michelle Aubuchon, Vinnie 
Makeski; ROW 3: Patti Dugan, anonymous, Laurie Cook, Steve White, Marybeth O'Brien, Laura 
Stoddard, Anita Salum. 



Medical Technology 
Club 

The Medical Technology 

Club was established to pro- 
vide the students oppor- 
tunities to get involved in the 
changing Med Tech field 
while in school. During the 
1990-91 year the students 
have manned the phones at a 
WGBH (Channel 2) telethon 
to get media coverage for t lie 
Medical Technology field. 
The student s also at tended 
the MAMT Annual Meeting 
in April t hat provided the 
student s wit h job oppo r 
turn! ies. I >n camp. i . I lie Med 

Tech Club lias set up in 
formal ional I ablea during 
the Health Fair, and Blood 

FRONT ROW: Heather Ewing, Michelle Leo, Wendy Ewing, Tina Soulor; ROW i': Del Kil.y. I.ynn Typing during the National 
Marie Brousseau, Lisa Elias, Amv Clearv. 




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The Newman 
Association 

The Newman Association 
is the Newman Center's 
Board of Advisors. It consists 
of the Newman Center Staff, 
a faculty advisor, as well as 
representatives of the Folk 
Group, Eucharistic Minis- 
ters. Lectors, Residence Hall 
Councils. Retreat Leaders, 
Student Government Asso- 
ciation. Access, I . F . S . C . , 
Amnesty International, and 
other Fitchburg State Clubs 
and organizations. Its pur- 
pose is to coordinate pro- 
grams, unify students, and 
advance campus activities 
that enhance the social, cul- 
tural, spiritual, and aca- 
demic life of the campus com- 
munitv. 




Newman Folk Group 

The Newman Folk Group is 
a voluntary group that sings 
at the Fitchburg State Col- 
lege Newman Center. The 
Folk Group sings at the 
weekly mass held Sundays at 
11:00 a.m. The Folk Group 
also sings at special ac- 
tivities held at the Newman 
Center and holiday masses 
such as Christmas Mass held 
in Percival Auditorium, Ash 
Wednesday, and Holy Thurs- 
. No musical background 
i- hf<-di-d to join the Folk 
Group — it is open to all 
levels of talent and to all re- 
ligious denominations. 

Gina A. Cuccovia 




FRONT ROW: Leslie Amaral, Michelle Ricard, Jamie Buckley; ROW 2: Sharon Sabatino, Kelly 
Buokowski, Gina Cuccovia. 




Newman Center 
Eucharistic 
Ministers and Lectors 



FRONT ROW: Nancy Cook, Todd Weldon, Leslie Amaral, Jamie Buckley, Jean Crivell, Andy Gobeil 
Dawn Lamoureaux. MISSING: Vanessa Coulacos, Michelle LaPlante, Kathy Morrissey. 




New Halls Council 

The New Halls Council is 
the governing body of the 

residence hall complex. They 
work in liaison with the Hall 
Director to program to t he 
needs of the student s. 



FRONT ROW: Kim Satkowski, Julie Banks, Heidi Friberg; ROW J: Maureen O'Shea, Michelle 

Morgan, Kim Calderwood. 



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Xu rsing Student 
Association 

The Nursing Student Asso- 
ciation is a professional or- 
ganization that works to en- 
hance the ties of the nursing 
students, college community, 
and city of Fitchburg. Each 
year we sponsor career fairs, 
bake sales, and two children 
from Fitchburg for Deck the 
Halls for Christmas. This 
year we are raising money 
for a scholarship fund in the 
name of the late professor 
JANE MINASIAN'S name 
for a sophomore nursing stu- 
dent. We work together with 
the faculty to facilitate posi- 
tive changes within the nurs- 
ing department as well as 
participating in many health 
education activities. 

Karen Hevner 




FRONT ROW: Maryellen Dyer, Tracie Tyson, Shannon Johnson, Peter Rousso, Cheryl Lamaroux; 
ROW 2: Karen Reino, Pam Hall, Susan Rescendes, Erin Hickey, Karen Hevner, Holly Lawson. 



The Outing Club 

The purpose of the Fitch- 
burg State Outing Club is to 
bring the adventure and en- 
joyment of the outdoors to 
students who would other- 
wise not have the chance to 
get away on his/her own. The 
Outing Club sponsors trips of 
all kinds to various places in- 
cluding skiing, hiking, canoe- 
ing, and other outdoor ac- 
tivities. 




FRONT ROW: Tim Young, Bill Bertocchi; ROW2: Donna Morrissette, Christine Auger; ROW3: Chad 
Arcand, Joanne Kraal, Julie Mallory. 




FRONT ROW: Michelle Clark, Dean Rachupka; ROW 2: Maura McCarthy, Jean Hawkins, Steve 
Gemme, Leslie Cohen, Kim West; ROW 3: Deb Sheldon, Mark Middlen, Cheryl St. Onge, Dr. Harriet 
Alonso. 



Phi Alpha Theta 

In an effort to promote a 
wider appreciation of the 
everyday usefulness of His- 
tory, Fitchburg State's Xi- 
Upsilon Chapter of Phi Alpha 
Theta (The International 
History Honors Society) be- 
came far more active on 
campus during the 1990-91 
academic year than in the 
past. The highlight of the fall 
semester was a faculty panel 
discussion on the crisis in the 
Middle East. A capacity 
crowd was in attendance at 
the Miller Oval Room to ex- 
amine this important issue. 
During the Spring semester 
the chapter helped sponsor 
Women's History Month ex- 
hibit and held its annual ini- 
tiation of new members. 

Mark Middlen 




FRONT ROW: Herb Ellison, Jim Pope, Diana Hunpaski, Nancianne Halison. Jennifer Reed; ROW2: 
Dean Rachupka, Mary Chappen-Durlinjr, Ami Kozak, Kris Gouveia, Thad Yukna. Michelle Clark, 
tate Dickenson; ROW 3: Missy Stanley, Ed Dunn, Joe Ricco, Amy Poulist, Heather Langlaist, 
Vlichele Poulist, Jason Joyce, Wendy Rosengren, Kim Goldman. 



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Programs Committee 

Programs Committee is a 
segment of SGA which is run 
by students. Programs or- 
ganizes events such as 
Comedy Nights, Coffee- 
house, Performing Arts, and 
Films. This past year there 
was a Halloween Dance in 
Holmes Dining Commons, 
Harvard Square Day, and for 
the S p r i n g fi n ale, R a y 
Boston Beach Party in the 
Commuters Cafe. Coffee- 
house pel-formers included 
Jonl ha and Jennifer, Tom 
Acousti, Scott Damgard, and 
local favorites (Jury and Boh. 

and Eric Hellwig. Perform- 
ing Arts included Leon 

Bates, Libana, and Art of 
Black I lance. 

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FRONT ROW: Shawn McGuirk, Cathy Salaki, Amy Bujnowski, Ellen Moschetto, Patti Duggan, Mark 
Fields, Ruta Shah, Sherri Nickel-Milstone; ROW2: Joann Fitzgerald, Michael Shelton, Mary Driscoll, 
Joyce Teso, Michelle Ricard, David Braktorv, Colleen Goyette; ROW 3: Laurie Hamilton, Stephen 
Picket, Cindy Gagne, Lynda Smart, Eric Guptill, Lisa Bobola, Cathy DePietro, Ann Marie Charland, 
Jeff Boudreau, Kelly Bond, Ed Garrett, Shane Rodriguez. MISSING: John Blackington, Jorge Pazos, 
Lisa Cullivan, Laurie France, Laura Stoddard, Nancy Parkinson, Phil Moore, Brian LeCuyer, Laurie 
Magiera, Christine Viera, Tricia Casey, Jeff White, Chris Beso. 



Russell Towers 
Hall Council 

The Russell Towers Hall 
Council is the governing 
body of the residence hall. 
They work with the Resi- 
dence Director to program to 
the needs of the building. 




FRONT ROW: Sean Reardon, Peter Russo, Ethan Becker, Eric Magiera; ROW 2: Pam Thomas, Dor- 
othy Chase, Carla Gonsalves. 



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FRONT ROW: Barbara Brown, Sheila Strong, Mark Malagrida, Alex Foreman, Stacy McDonough; 
ROW 2: Francesca Graziano, Kris LaChapelle, John Boursy, Elizabeth Pellegrino, Joanne Sherys. 



Students for the 
Advancement of 
Management 

S.A.M. is an organization 
which provides its members 
with a strong, well-rounded 
background in management, 
as well as marketing, fi- 
nance, sales and other areas. 

This S.A.M. chapter pro- 
vides activities that develop 
skills in goal setting, plan- 
ning, organizing, budgeting, 
advertising, fund raising, 
and public relations. The 
club lets students experience 
the most current manage- 
ment techniques and also 
transforms textbook theo- 
ries into practical applica- 
tion. Being a member allows 
ease with the transition from 
college to a career. 

Sheila Strong 




Student Alumni 
Rela t ions Assoc ia t i<> ti 

SARA is a group of 

students committed to im- 
proving, encouraging, and 
promoting interactions be- 
tween alumni and under- 
graduates. Sponsored and 
partially funded by the 
Alumni Association. SARA 
develops and implements 
programs involving both 
st udent s and alumni. SARA 
represents t he st udent body 
at alumni functions. Mom 
hers actively participate in 
t he annual reunion and tele- 
I lion. The group raises funds 

t o promote s.\ k.\ and to par- 
ticipate in national and re- 
gional SA RA conferences. 



FRONT ROW: Karen Rahkia, Cheryl Powers, Vickie Berry, Joe Devine, Alex Foreman; Rl »W2: Tracy 
Rubudou, Melissa Swinnerton, Christine Shea, Trudy Lundy, Jim Pagano, Dan Manseau, 



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Student* Against 
Violent Encounters 

S.A.V.E. is a pro-active 
group dedicated to the pre- 



vention 01 an 



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neat ion on 



viol e n t e n c o unters o n 
campus, through plays, 
speakers, and workshops. All 
are welcome, both male and 
female. 




FRONT ROW: Mary Driscoll, Jen Shaw, Kris Anderson, Leslie Cohen. 



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Scrimshaw 

Scrimshaw is a profession- 
ally-produced publication 
displaying the collective 
imagination of FSC. Contri- 
butions are welcomed from 
all on campus. 







FRONT ROW: Sean Keneally, Jane Marcus, Kelly Buckowski; ROW 2: Erin Fitzgerald, Tish Pel- 
legrino, LuAnn Johnson. 



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Student Ambassadors 

The Student Ambassadors 
are a group that began sev- 
eral years ago to increase the 
participatory and leadership 
opportunities for Fitchburg 
State College Students. The 
Ambassadors handle any 
type of public relations needs 
that the school and its com- 
munity might have. The 
Ambassadors have assisted 
the Admissions Office with 
recruitment at college fairs 
and are responsible for giv- 
ing tours of the campus to 
prospective students and 
their parents. 



FRONT ROW: Rachael DeFazio, Eileen Stets, Kathi Smith. Rebecca Connelly. 




Student Government 
Association Council 

The Student Government 
Association Council is the 
students' representation on 
the campus comprised of the 
four classes, Commuter's 
Board, and representatives 
of the Residence Halls, and 
Townhouse Board of Gov- 
ernors. 



FRONT ROW: Kate Plante, JennaJoensuu, Kristin Shumaker, LizStaak, Kathj Morrissey, Michelle 

Michelle Twin intr. Viincsa Coularos. Nicole Mars. Rox 




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Student Government 

Association Class of 
1991 

The Class of 1991 is gradu- 
ating over a thousand stu- 
dents strong this year. We 
have lived and laughed 
together for the past four 
years and some of us laughed 
too much and we were here 
for five years! Now the Se- 
nior class faces the world, 
confidently looking it 
straight in the eye. This past 
year, the Senior Class got 
together to create some last- 
ing memories, and when we 
get together again we will 
realize that we are still crazy 
after all these years. BEST 
OF LUCK IN FOLLOWING 
ALL OF YOUR DREAMS! 

Class Officers of 1991 




FRONT ROW: Kathy Morrissey, Liz Staak, Michelle Maloney; ROW 2: Kristen Shumaker, Bill 
McCarty, Jeff Simoneau, Carolyn Dunphy. 



Student Government 
Association Class of 
1992 

The Class of 1992 officers 
are a group of dedicated indi- 
viduals whose main goal for 
this year was to bring the 
class closer together. This 
year the class held a Junior 
Class luncheon, Valentine's 
Day Raffle, and sponsored a 
yellow ribbon sale. 

During the last two years 
the Class of 1992 has built 
and maintained a healthy 
budget through a Boom Box 
Raffle, Nintendo Raffle, a 
fan Drive, Kooze Sale, and a 
successful Winter Carnival in 
1990. 




FRONT ROW: Kate Plante, Vanesa Coulacous, Michele Twining, Leah Abbott; ROW 2: Jenna 
Joensuu, Tracy Rubudou, Kevin Doucette, Shannon Johnson. 




Student Government 
Association Class of 
1993 

Despite some turbulence in 
the beginning, the Class of 
1993 managed to put on a suc- 
cessful Winter Carnival, 
"This is the Time." After 
months of planning Feb- 
ruary 8 finally arrived and 
the motley crew of officers 
from the Class of 1993 headed 
to the Best Western to pre- 
pare. We managed to blow up 
hundreds of balloons and tie 
ribbons on every mug so 
everything looked just right. 
The night went like clock- 
work and everyone had a 
good time! 



FRONT ROW: Nicole Mars, Kristen Goddard, Ellen Bristol; ROW2: Rob Porath, Chad Arcand, Shane 
Rodriquez. 




Student Government 
Association Class of 
1994 

Despite having suffered 
from a lack of applicants for 
positions and resignations by 
two class officers, the Class of 
1994 has shown the willing- 
ness to work and the ability 
to work well together. 

As the Persian Gulf War 
loomed, the Freshman Class 
a r m c d t h e m se Ives wild 
paper and postage and held a 
let ter writ mc campaign. The 
Honors Convocation, a task 

handed to the i ncom i ng 

Freshman (Mass, proved to 

he a challenge to t he I 'lass of 

199 i. With t lie onslaught of 



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FRONT ROW: 

Brian Knapp, George Lopez, Sherry Howland. 



asehall season, a class 



elle Arnold, Colleen Jackson, Rox-Z-Silva, Jorge Pazos; ROW 2: Thad Yukna, trip was Organized to I' 



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Student Government 
Association Commuters 

Boa rd 

The Commuters Board is 
the representation for com- 
muters and people who live 
off campus on the Student 
Government Association. 
This year we sponsored an 
Alcohol Awareness program 
in October and a Renter's 
Rights program that was in- 
formative to all who came. 
This year we sponsored a 
child for the Deck the Halls, 
and we planned an Opening 
Day Red Sox function in the 
pub. 

Dean Rachupka 




FRONT ROW: Phil Asselin, Dean Rachupka; ROW 2: Derrick McKercher, Wendy Rosengren. 



Student Government 
Assoc ia t io n Executive 
Board 





FRONT ROW: Brian Connell, Julie Flynn, James Buckley; ROW 2: Bob Buckley, Eric Lagoy, Tim 
Liptrap, Joe Baeta. 



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Strobe 

The Strobe is Fitchburg 
State's own newspaper. It is 
the primary source of infor- 
mation for the students as 
well as faculty. The Strobe is 
a weekly paper with a circu- 
lation of 1,800 copies per 
week, and is entirely student 
run with the help of advisor, 
Dr. Thomas Murray. 



FRONT ROW: Carolyn Palo, Tim Kane, Andrea Wallace, Leslie Caron, Kelly Buckowski, Dan McDer- 
mott; ROW 2: Dean Miller, Patricia Casey, Christine Houle, Mike Ippolito, Dianne Brown, Marybeth 
Mooney, Jillan Faretra. 




WXPL Radio Station 

WXPL is the student run 
radio station at FSC. It 
broadcasts on the FM dial at 
91.3 FM. Once a member you 
can audition for air time or 
work on the behind the 
scenes aspects. 



FRONT ROW: Carleen LaPointe, 

I hane i halifoui . Thoma - Renham, 
.In \im Johnson, Stacy ThOTl 
Mark Fields, Nik Jone . -I G 

uzza. Michelle Maloney, Mike Di 
Hfris, Marc Robichaud; ROW 2: 
M n-helle Fassett, Nanicam i ! 

Kelly Delu/. Sue Spans. I >an M • I ' 

mot ' . Scotl Pedroli, Zimi a Pauitz, 
i: >hna Samuel-. Brian Gill: ROW 8 
i St. I tage, Ma- • Deb< nham, 

Mike Maloney. Mike Piimtipim. 
Julie Johnston, Aaron Whipple, Marc Goslin, Sean Lambert, Charles Ferreira; ROW I: Tracey Goyner, Paul Coleman, Brian BuBchman. 
Michelle Paribrant, Chris Brown, Kristi Szlosek, Steve Koldys.Audra Hudson. Kevin McCarthy; Rn\\ .. .luhe Bauker, Mike Baronas. David 
Vaillette Jessica Jones, Lynn Fluet, Chris Cook, Chris Borba. Ann McNeal, Margaret Ricano. Kevin Rob( <■ • R< In I Danielle Arnold. 
Lisa Angrivoni, Mike Ippolito, Deb Brown, Wendy Woodard, Dave Braxton, Steve Parley, Tom Hamilton, Philip Daniele, < hi 
Libby, Ken Jacque. 



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Saxifrage Yearbook 

The Saxifrage Yearbook 
Staff consists of student edi- 
tors, photographers, writer, 

and designers. The Staff 
welcomes students of all ages 
and all levels of experience. 
The Yearbook is a student- 
run production which takes 
many long and enduring 
hours to put together. 

The 1990-91 year was one 
filled with much success. 
Staff veterans returned to 
contribute their knowledge 
and experience to put to- 
gether a fabulous yearbook. 
New staff members joined 
with all levels of experience 
and st rived to learn as much 
as possible. As each staff 
member performed his/her 
job. the hard work and dedi- 
cation came together in a 
final rewarding product. 
Each member of 1990-91 
Staff played an important 
and necessary role for with- 
out even one of them the en- 
tire Staff may have suffered. 

The Saxifrage Yearbook is 
one of the oldest traditions 
still upheld at Fitchburg 
State College. All are wel- 
come to help produce the 
Saxifrage Yearbook. 

Gina A. Cuccovia 

dd Wee to thank each member of 

■■■ 1990-91 Saxifrage Yearbook 

'his final product with 

ant, -essful design, writing, 

and photography and a heart filled 

ur.tit. Thank you for enduring 

all the "mandatory" meetings. Spe- 

rxal ■■ K.H.. DM., K.I'. ,K.<\. 

tting up " >>h extrude- 

xignments. Good luck 

i ■■: Kerry, 

h • •■•/•'/ Kelly ' //'///-/"/ for 

■ i r>,,in year — long live 




FRONT ROW: Rob Comeau, Dean Rachupka, Laurie Magiera, Eric Magiera, Tracy Rubadou, Steph- 
anie Stanley, Tamsyn Ehrhart; BACK ROW: Julie Miranda, Michelle Morgan, Derrick McKercher, 
Kate Plante, Gina A. Cuccovia, Kerry Ryan, May Keniston, Courtney Phaneuf. 




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Mark Bruno 
Rob Comeau 
Gina A. Cuccovia 
Tamsyn Ehrhart 
Kelly Fitzgerald 
May Keniston 
Michelle Long 
Eric Magiera 
Laurie Magiera 
Jennifer Martinez 
Derrick McKercher 
Julie Miranda 

Michelle Morgan 

Donna Morrissette 

Nancy Parkinson 

Courtney Phaneuf 

Kate Plante 

Dean Rachupka 

Tracy Rubadou 

Kerry Ryan 

Stephanie Stanley 

Jennifer Sullivan 

Lorene Vezina 

CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS 

Ethan Becker 

Andrea Wallace 

Thadeus Yukna 

CONTRIBUTING WRITERS 

Kelly Minkowski 

Charlene Coppolla 

Kate Dickenson 

Michelle Ricanl 

CONTRIBUTING ARTIST 

Jim Krone 



Staff Photographer 
Staff Photographer 
Editor-in-Chief 
Staff Photographer 
Greeks Editor 
Staff Photographer 
Staff Photographer 
Staff Photographer 
Associate Editor 
Sports Layout Designer 
Sports Editor 
Student Life 
Layout Designer 
Student Life Editor 
Photography Editor 
Advisor 
Staff Writer 
Secretary 

Organizations Editor 
Seniors Editor 
Treasurer 

Seniors Layout Designer 
Academics Editor 
Staff Photographer 



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Associated Builders 
and Contractors 

AJBG is a nationwide orga- 
nization of men and women 
involved in the construction 
industry. The student chap- 
tor of FSC offers its mem- 
bers: site visitations, lec- 
tures, up to date information 
of the construction industry, 
and much more. Members 
also benefit through ABC's 
nationwide resume service, 
scholarship opportunities, 
and monthly dinner meet- 
ings where students get the 
chance to meet and talk with 
actual members of the MA/ 
RI Chapter of ABC. 



Aubuchon Hall Council 

The Aubuchon Hall Coun- 
cil is the governing body of 
the Residence Hall Complex. 
They work in liaison with the 
Hall Director to program to 
the needs of the building. 



Falcon Players 

The Falcon Players' goal is 
to open the minds of the col- 
lege and community of Fitch- 
burgto art and culture by the 
uses of performances, guest 
speakers, seminars, and 
workshops. 



Fitchburg Industrial 
Technology Association 

FITA is a group of pro- 
fessional students that be- 
lieve excellence is achieved 
by participating beyond the 
classroom. Seminars, work- 
shops, and field trips are 
used to explore industrial 
• ing so that the first step 
will be a sure step. 





Herlihy Hall Council 

The Herlihy Hall Council is 
an organization that consists 
of residents in the hall who 
are responsible for creating 
activities to keep residence 
life exciting and active. 



MASSPIRG 

MASSPIRG students get 
involved in consumer and en- 
vironmental protection 
issues that affect us all: toxic 
waste, better child care, safe 
drinking water, voter regis- 
tration, and other issues. 

Psychology Club 

The Psychology Club is a 
student-run organization 
whose purpose is to provide 
activities, information, and 
support to psychology stu- 
dents and anyone who is in- 
terested. 

Special Education Club 

The Special Ed Club offers 
many opportunities for col- 
lege students to become in- 
volved in working with 
exceptional children and 
adults. It is a student chap- 
ter of the Council for Excep- 
tional Children. 

Townhouse Board of 
Governors 

The main goal of the Town- 
house Board of Governors is 
to unite residents and to help 
them sponsor social events, 
host barbecues, and hold 
softball games. The Board of 
Governors is the- represent a 
tion on SGA for the town- 
houses. 



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State College each offer something different, 
but all share the common bond of brother- 
hood and sisterhood. All the Greek Organi- 
zations work together within the clubs to 
better each other and the college com- 
munity. Through the Intra-Fraternity- 
Sorority Council, we are able to combine the 
efforts of each organization and show our 
pride and support through our activities. 

Kelly Fitzgerald 
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Infra-Fraternity" 

Sorority Council 

The Intra-Fraternity-So- 
rority Council, LF.S.C, was 
sot up to establish better re- 
lations between the Greek 
Societies at Fitchburg State 
College. The underlying pur- 
pose is to unite all fraternal 
and sororital organizations 
at F.S.C. through the many 
endeavors that are estab- 
lished throughout the col- 
legiate year. 

1990 Greek Handbook- 
Edited by Kelly Fitzgerald 




FRONT ROW: Julie Marshall, Andrea Horn, Bill McCarty, Etchika Robertson BACK ROW: Dave 
Angelli, Tracey Gonynor, Fr. Rich Lewandowski (advisor), Tebogo Makhene, Manny Longo 



Adelphian Society 

The Adelphian Society was 
founded on February 18, 
1949. Pledging is held twice a 
year and is a necessity to 
those who desire the true 
meaning of what it is to be an 
Adelphian and to be an ac- 
tive part of the Society. 

This year our activities in- 
cluded sponsoring a child in 
Bridgeport, Connecticut, 
flower and candy sales in G- 
Lobby, a Fall Formal, and 
also the Super Cities Walk for 
Multiple Sclerosis. 

The classes of '92, '93, '94 
would like to say goodbye to 
our seniors: Danielle 
Boidoin, Jean Crivell, Kelly 
Fitzgerald, Patti Swales, 
Kelly LeGendre, and Sharon 
Timberlake. They will be 
<•'! by all! 

Kelly Fitzgerald 




FRONT ROW: Kristen Parenteau, Jean Crivell, Sharon Timberlake, Danielle Beaudoin, Kelly Le- 
Gendre, Kelly Fitzgerald, Patti Swales BACK ROW: Andrea Horn, Ellen Bristol, Pamela Sisson, Tina 
Nickloff, Lori Chamberland, Tracey Gonynor, Julie Periera, Debbie Pellegrino, Kim Macdonald 




Scott Davidson, Sherif Boulous, Bill McCarty, and Bill Haley 



Esoteric Society 

The Esoteric Society was 
founded in the spring of 1947. 
Eight W.W.II veterans set 
forth to establish a new so- 
cial club on campus. The un- 
derlying- purposes of the fra- 
ternity are to preserve and 
promote the quality of stu- 
dent life on campus, to instill 
a more cosmopolitan attitude 
towards the college and its 
administration, and to aid 
and assist SGA and other rec- 
ognized organizations that 
participate in the well being 
of the students. 

The Esoteric Society lias 
been an active organization 
on the campus and in \WJ 
they were named SGA's Or- 
ganization of the Year. They 
also play an important role 
with the Alumni Association. 
1990 (in i k Handbook 




Hyacinthe Joassainte, Patricio J. Russell III, Fabian Williams MISSING: Kenton X. Jad 



Iota Phi Theta 

Iota Phi Theta Fraternity 
Inc. was founded at Morgan 
State College, Baltimore, 
Maryland, in 1<h;:;. It's 1 1* 
founders were young men 
and diversified individuals 
who bound together to 
achieve common goals and a 
unique blend of brut berbood. 

Iota Phi Theta Fraternity 
Inc. can provide one wit b the 
tools and skills required to 
make them a well rounded in- 
dividual. 1 1 can develop t heir 
pot cut ial as an indi vidua! 
and interweave it into a p 
dud ive and cohesive whole. 

Iota can and doe 

scholarship and leader hip 
at all levels. The system is 

purposely designed SO t hat 

one can inherit re ponsi- 
bility wit h an opport unity to 
ascend to the I op. 



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FRONT ROW: Nicole Mars, Heather Hurley BACK ROW: Liza Bermudez, Socorro Rodriquez 



Neasylon Society 

The Neasylon Society was 
founded in 1967 for the pur- 
pose of bringing female stu- 
dents of FSC together. After 
twenty-three years of exis- 
tence, it's members continue 
to hold up the tradition of 
togetherness. 

The sisters of Phi Omega 
Psi enjoy many of the tradi- 
tional activities of fraternity/ 
sorority life, such as cel- 
ebrational for new members, 
active sisters and alumni, at 
the close of each semester. 

The Neasylon Society of 
FSC draws the line between 
work and play. Due for its 
25th anniversary in 1992, the 
als of the elub remain un- 
changed. 

1990 Greek Handbook 
, Ki ••/ Fitzgerald 




FRONT ROW: Amy Zona, Nuala Sullivan, Debbie Hamilton, Lisa Jaco. BACK ROW: Mary Driscoll, 
Lynn Camelio. MISSING: Maura McCarthy, Jen Dewey, Jeannie Ford, Janine Cummings, Mickey 
Smith, Marybeth Brohel, and Lori O'Donnell. 




Phi Beta Sigma 

In 1914 Phi Beta Sigma 
fraternity was organized at 
Howard University in Wash- 
ington, D.C. for the purpose 
of promoting the principles of 
brotherhood, scholarship, 
and service. In addition, we 
believe in the motto of cul- 
ture for service, service for 
humanity, that is, to utilize 
our intellectual learning to 
improve the lives of all 
people. The Phi Beta Sigma 
fraternity is multicultural 
interracial fraternity that 
wants to share its brother- 
hood with all who might be 
interested. 

1990 Saxifrage Yearbook 



FRONT ROW: Reginal Mignon BACK ROW: Antonietta Wells, Nadine Michel, Alison Claffie. 




FRONT ROW: Sue Beals, Julie Pond, Stephanie Mercer, Carrie Viens, Su/.i Katz. HACK MOW: l.nrmr 
Vezina, Maura Sullivan, Julie Marshall, Kathleen Dooley, Xikki Ransom, May Keniston. 



Philodemic Society 

The Philodemic Society, 
which was founded in 1948, is 
a group of close-knit women 
who share the common goal of 
reaching their fullest po- 
tential, both academically 
and socially. Benefitting 
F.S.C. through group support, 
school functions, and also per- 
forming many beneficial ser- 
vices for the community. 
These range from the annual 
Christmas Party for the 
children of McKay School to 
bingo games with the elderly 
at a local nursing home. 

Dedicat ion to each other as 

a group is placed first and 

foremost in thoughts, Words, 
and deeds. Behind the rod 
and w hite c a n he fo u n d 
women who are achieving 
and surpassing I h < • l r own 
aspirations as individua 



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Sigma Tau Gamma 

Sigma Tau Clam m a was 
born of the desires and aspi- 
rations of 1 7 men in t he belief 
that all men are social crea- 
tures, ami that friendships of 
college men are lasting - ones. 
It rose as a result of friend- 
ships made while in the ser- 
vice of their country during 
WW1, in France. By dedicat- 
ing themselves to the highest 
ideals of manhood, brother- 
hood, and citizenship, they 
would inspire thousands of 
men from all parts of the 
country who would follow in 
their footsteps. The fra- 
ternity is based upon the 
principles of Value, Learn- 
ing. Leadership, Excellence, 
Benefit, and Integrity. On 
November 13, 1989 a group of 
men found the desire to 
adopt these principles and 
start a chapter of Sigma Tau 
Gamma Fraternity, here at 
Fitchburg State College. 




FRONT ROW: Kevin Divol, David MacHelney, Joe Walsh, David Sargent, Kevin Gross, Jamie Nonni SECOND ROW: Ron Vallee, Erik 
Lagoy, Ken McCue, James Buckley, Brian Ledger, Philip Centrino THIRD ROW: Manny Longo, David Angelli, Scott Rosenhann, Brian 
Knapp BACK ROW: Eric Guptill, Brian Rothwell, Sean Riley, Mike Dion, Nick Haley, Jim Vail, John Mustascio, Bruno Tamborini, Rob 
Comeau MISSING: Tom Clark, Chris Cristi, Michael LaFrance, Derrick McKercher. 



Tokalon Society 

The Tokalons were the 
first women's society on 
campus and was founded in 
1946. It maintains a well- 
rounded cultural, educa- 
tional and social program 
and encourages the develop- 
ment of leadership and per- 
sonality. 

The purpose of the society 
is to promote friendship and 
unity with all of our col- 
leagues, and to promote a 
mood of cooperation on the 
college campus. Tokalons 
participate in social and 
athletic events, as well as 
providing services for the 
surrounding community. 
Membership is open to all 
freshmen, sophomore, junior 
and senior women, with ac- 
• membo- being limited 
to fifty. 

Greek Handbook 




FRONT ROW: Carla Gonsalves, Pam Thomas, Cathy Comeau, Gale Diegel. MIDDLE ROW: Maria 
Golisano, Doreen Curran, Christina Moore, Beth Pearson, Tammy Berthiaume, Amy Bulens. BACK 
ROW: Amy Bujnowski, Carleen Lapointe, Dorothy Chase, Sue Gallant, Laura Bullen, Maureen 
Doyle, Jon Wisnowski, Tricia Nelson. MISSING: Kim Kaczmarski, Tracy Diaz. 



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Zeta Phi Beta 
Sorority Inc. 

Zeta Phi Beta Soroi'ity In- 
corporated is a National and 
International Sorority 
founded January 16, 1920 at 
Howard University, Wash- 
ington D.C. Scholarship, 
Finer Womanhood and Com- 
munity Service are the ideals 
that the women of Zeta Phi 
Beta Sorority, Inc. uphold. 
We are always striving for 
higher goals and grater 
attainments. 

Tebogo Ma kit cue 



FRONT ROW: Tebogo Makhene BACK ROW: Marie Milord, Etchika Robertson 




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The Fitchburg State College athlete is the 
kind of college athlete that is playing a sport 
for the enjoyment and benefits that come 
from being part of a collegiate team. Because 
there are no athletic scholarships handed 
out, nor television contracts, nor a possibil- 
ity of a chance to be a national champion on 
the Division I level, they are out to make 
themselves and the college community feel 
good about what they have accomplished. 
The drive and desire of our athletes is 
something that all of us can look up to. 

I hope you enjoy your look back in history 
at this year's events in the Fitchburg State 
College sport scene. Best of luck to all of you. 
I would like to thank my layout designer, 
Jennifer Martinez, for her continuous hard 
work and dedication. Special thanks is also 
extended to Dave Marsh for without his help 
this section would not have been possible 

Derrick J WcKerchei 
Sports Editor 






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Football 




Fitchburg State Football 
returned for its sixth year of 
Division III Football, and 
this time coming 1 off of a 2-7 
season. The year started out 
slowly for the Falcon Foot- 
ball squad under new Head 
Coach Vin Keough. With his 
first four games being losses 
to four strong teams, things 
were starting to look a little 
bleak for the new Head 
Coach and his squad. For the 
fifth game of the season the 
Falcons came out with a new 
offensive set: the single 
wing. This offensive set was 
popular back in the 1930s and 
involved a set that did not 
use a quarterback. The ball 
was instead snapped back to 
a halfback that was lined up 
behind the center. This move 
turned out to be one for the 
better as the team won its 
next two games. While the 
final three games of the sea- 
son involved losses, it still 
proved to be a bright future 

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103 




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con't from p. 102 

for the Fitchburg State Foot- 
ball squad and its new offen- 
sive look. 

A look at the stats show 
how much the team im- 
proved on offense and de- 
fense once the new offense 
was added in. In the first four 
games Fitchburg State's 
Total Yards Per Game was a 
low 141.5, while the opposi- 
tion averaged 392.5 yards a 
game. The last five show a 
complete turn around as the 
Falcons averaged 286.6 
'Is a game compared to 
1.5 for the opposition. With 
the new offense, the star 
numbers were not there, but 
were replaced with an all 
around contribution. For ex- 
ample five players had over 
100 yards for the Falcons 
with Freshman .lose Medina 
: i n ir t r . with 217 



yards. The new offense also 
saw the use of seven 
"quarterbacks" with Fresh- 
man Brendon Skafas throw- 
ing for 528 yards. Senior 
tight end George Carino es- 
tablished a new FSC single 
season record with his 22.7 
yards a catch. Defensively 
the Falcons were led by de- 
fensive back Mike McElhin- 
ney for the second straight 
year as he made 79 tackles, 57 
of which were solo tackles. 
Helping Mike out were Ju- 
niors Mike Pellegri and Jim 
Vincenzi, and Senior defen- 
sive end Rod Malcolm. 

The future of FSC Football 
looks to be on the upswing for 
the coming season. With a 
new offense and a revived 
attitude, the Falcons Foot- 
ball Team gives Head Coach 
Vin Keough something to 
smile about! 











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MASCAC Champions! A sat- 
isfying feeling for eleven year 
Head Coach Bob Murray and his 
volleyball players. After six 
straight losing seasons things 
finally changed for the Falcon 
volleyers and in turn a cham- 
pionship was achieved! 

After breezing by Worcester 
State and Salem State in their 
first two matches of the title 
race, the Falcons faced the 
Bears of Bridgewater State — a 
team that they had never 
beaten. They demolished the 
Bears in straight sets to put 
Bridgewater State's hopes of a 
championship on hold. 

Needing a win over North 



Adams State to clinch a tie for 
the title, the Falcons' came back 
from two sets down to win the 
match 3-2. A win in the final 
game over Framingham State 
would have given the title to the 
Falcons, but they could not 
overcome the very powerful 
Rams. The MASCAC crown is 
therefore shared by Fitchburg, 
Framingham and Bridgewater. 

For the second straight year 
the Falcons earned a bid to the 
MAIAW tournament. They 
managed to come home with an 
impressive third place finish. 

This season the Falcons had 
several outstanding players on 
the squad. Sophomore Julie 



Fairman took over as the tea 
number one setter and pla 
fantastic throughout the y< 
Freshman Shelly Jackson g 
Coach Murry a powerful bloc 
and spiker in the middle, a m 
on a Championship calii 
team. 

Junior Co-Captains Da 
Vieira and Chris Sullivan i 
had great years up front. 1 
teams only senior, Co-Capt 
Amy Gagne, was selected 
play in the New England Vol 
Association's Senior Clas 
Tournament. The tournamf 
honors the top 22 volleyb 
players in New England. 










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Soccer 




Another winning season 
for the Falcon Soccer Team! 
The Fitchburg State Soccer 
Team posted its sixth double 
figure season in seven years 
for wins, with a 10-5-1 record. 
After just eight years as 
Head Coach, Malcolm Mac- 
Pherson is just four games 
shy of the 100 win mark with 
an incredible 96-33-12 record. 

The 1990 season saw some 
tough action in the MASCAC. 
With a young team and only 
one senior starter they still 
managed to finish second 
with a 5-2 record. 

What gave this team an 
edge over their opponents 
was the ability to bounce 
back after a loss. The Falcons 
never lost two consecutive 
games, and started the sea- 
son winning 5 of the first 
seven and ending the season 
winning 5 of the last seven. 

In the final game of the 
season, the Falcons needed a 
win over long time rival 
North Adams State to be 
assured of a second place tie 
in the conference. Behind 



sophomore Eric Ringutte's 
goal and the shutout goal- 
keeping of David Hughes' 
F.S.C. rose to the occasion 
and posted a 1-0 win. 

The leading goal scorer 
was Jason Malone. He man- 
aged to find the net an in- 
credible 18 times. His 46 total 
points led all MASCAC 
scorers by a large. With 43 
career goals, Malone trails 
only Andy Kramer on the all- 
time list. Kramer tallied 68 
goals in his brilliant career 
and a total of 170 total points. 

Three other players fin- 
ished with double figures on 
the season. Sophomore Mike 
Cirillo, 5 goals and 10 assist, 
Juniors Jim Hodgen, 8 goals 
and 3 assist, Erik Ringuette, 
4 goals and 10 assist were 
those scoring leaders. 

Defensively F.S.C. was led 
by Senior Hank Cook, Junior 
Mark Buron and freshman 
sensation Matt Mullen. 
Hughes started all 16 games 
in net for the Falcons, post- 
ing an excellent 1.63 GAA. 








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Field Hockey 



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Before the season started. 
Coach Jane Powers decided she 
would set three goals for the 
L990 Field Hockey squad. First, 
to win twice as many games as 
last season which meant better 
than a 3-10 finish. Second, to 
have a scoring team that would 
put the ball in the net when 
needed. Thirdly, to finish higher 
than fourth in the MASCAC 
standings. 

If Coach Powers and the Field 
Hockey Team had the same luck 
with the lottery as they did with 
their season, they would be rich! 
The team went three for three 
on the goals that were set. The 
Falcons ended the season with a 
6-8-1 mark — the most wins by a 
Falcon Field Hockey team since 
1986. The Falcons also finished 
in a third place tie for the 
MASCAC with a 2-2-1 mark. 

The team's improvement 
came with the success of goal 
number two: score goals! Last 
season the team only managed 
to tally a total of 11 goals while 
giving up a total of 30. This sea- 
son was a vast improvement 
over last season because the 
Falcons scored 23 goals, while 
allowing only 24 to slip by. 

The Falcons had some out- 
standing individivual per- 
formers. Junior Jen Kapenas 
tied Beth Laforge's 1981 FSC 
record with a total of 15 points, 
eleven of which were goals. She 
finished second in the MASCAC 
scoring race. Junior Joyce 
Dunigan also tied a FSC mark 
set in 1986 with eight assists on 
the season. Dunigan also scored 
four goals giving her a total of 12 
points for the year. 

Sophomore Debbie Waters 
had an outstanding year, as did 
Junior Kristy Faugno each scor- 
ing 6 and 4 points respectively. 
Sophomore Cina Urbani showed 
:" greatness in net with 
many spectacular saves, when 
th<- dust cleared she came out 
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Cross Country 



Coach Jin Jelliaon found himself 

in an unusual situation: Fourth 
place finish in the RfASCAC moot. In 
the previous four years the women 
harriers not only finished first but 
held individual championships. 

At the IIASCAC meet, Senior An- 
gela Beniot was the top runner with 
a 14th place finish. A mild surprise 
for the women harriers was sopho- 
more Carrie Jorgenson whose 
brightest moment of her young 
er was being the Falcons' top 
runner at the New England Division 
III Championships. Senior Linda 
Glover also performed well for the 
Falcons this year. The 33 year-old 
mother of five and full time student 
left on a memorable note. 

While the team struggled as a 
whole, finishing 28th in the All-New 
England meet and 20th in the New 
England Division III event it was ac- 
companied by a young squad. Nine of 
the runners on the team were either 
freshman or sophomores, which 
leaves the impression of more pros- 
perous years ahead! 



The 1990 Cross Country campaign 
was unlike the ones Coach Jim 
Sheehan has led in the past. The sea- 
son saw a number of harriers fall to 
injury. 

The 5th place finish at the 
M ASCAC meet was a new feeling for 
the Falcons' as they finish second 
the past four years. Junior Fran- 
cisco Hernandez did keep one tradi- 
tion alive and that was his third 
place finish which allowed him to 
• the All-MASCAC list. Hernan- 
dez was the main runner for the sea- 
son as he won the tri-meet against 
Salem State and Massachusetts 
Maritime. 

Junior Jason Cullinane had a 
sporadic season with some less mem- 
orable performances as well as some 
memorable ones, such as his finish of 
I8ta at the Division III Champion- 
ships, which earned his All-New En- 
I honors. 

a team the Falcons finished 
20th Kngland III meet 

and 26th in I and All- 

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Cheerleaders 



The 1990 Cheerleading 
ison was filled with ups 
and downs. Due to the budget 
cms the squad lost most 
everything that had been ob- 
t a i n e d in the past: t h e 
budget, the Coach, and the 
recognition as a member of 
the Athletic Department. In 
reality the squad did gain the 
respect and support of many 
parents because they were 
dedicated to the Football 
Team — not a game was 
missed. 

Dance routines and stunts 
were perfected with con- 
centration. The impact of all 
squad members boosted the 
spirit for the Football Team. 
Homecoming was continued 
for the second year in a row 
and the defeat of Mass. Mari- 
time Academy was cheered 
on with an audience of FSC 
Alumni. 

The Cheerleaders would 
like to thank Mr. and Mrs. 
Benincasa and all of the 
other parents who were 
there for the squad with 
funds and moral support 
throughout the season! In 
more ways than one, the 
squad would have never ex- 
isted as if was not for all that 
they had did for us and the 
Football Team. 

Lastly, a big good-bye to 
' '>-( aptains Kathi and Char- 
lene alonjr with Tracey. 
Thanks for all the hard work 
and good luck after gradu- 
ation! 

(hurl/,,, Coppola 











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FRONT ROW: Amy Perry, Alicia Mailhot, Melissa Robitaille, Kathi 
Wittbrodt (Co-Captain), Charlene Coppola (Co-Captain), i 1 
Maziarz, Laurie Cook, .Jen I'artridjre HACK ROW A.mj Norton, Tara 
Costa, Paula Chardonnet, Erin Shea, Christine Buckley, Laurie B( i 

nett, Christy Talbot 



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Fitchburg State College 
Hockey: something in this 
phrase makes one think 
about champions. The 
Hockey Team once again saw 
themselves compile a best 
ever 21-5 record and a third 
Division III Eastern Coast 
Athletic Conference North 
Title. What is really fantastic 
about it all was the 19-1 
Eastern Coast Athletic Con- 
ference North/South mark. 
The only blotch on the im- 
pressive season was a 4-3 
overtime loss to Trinity Col- 
lege in the North/South 
Championship game. 

Fitchburg State College es- 
tablished some impressive 
streaks along the way, in- 
cluding their 34 straight 
Eastern Coast Athletic Con- 
ference North/South win- 
ning streak which dates all 

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cant from p. 1 l<*< 

the way back to December 4. 
L989. They have also won 
four titles in four consecutive 
sons (1988-1991). Coach 
Dean Puller has led his 
teams to the Eastern Coast 
Athletic Conference playoffs 
every season since the 1985 
season. 

Individually, senior tri- 
captain Steve Sullivan fin- 
ished his career by scoring at 
least one point in 19 straight 
games. His career numbers 
totaled (204) points, (118) 
assists and (86) goals. The 
two other tri-captains, se- 
niors Steve Witkus and John 
Daly both had super seasons 
for the Falcons in leading the 
team to another North title. 
Witkus had (94) assists and 
">»;i goals for his career and 
Daly finished the season 
with a strong 27 points from 
his defensive position. Also 
having excellent seasons for 
the Falcons were Mike Ma- 
truire and Mark Abbott. It 
was the kind of season that 
will be talked about for a long 
time on campus. 








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Women's Basketball 



Coach Steve Porte and his 

Lady Falcons produced a 11- 
14 record and a fourth place 
finish in the league with a 4-9 
mark in the MASCAC. For 
highlights, the Falcons man- 
aired to set a school record by 
scoring 1490 points as a team, 
and also broke records for 
points per game, assists and 
rebounds. For the first time 
ever the Lady Falcons won a 
tournament and were able to 
produce wins over South- 
eastern Mass. and Bridge- 
water State. 

Lynn Dorrow rewrote 
some records of her own this 
season as she became Fitch- 
burg State College's all-time 
leading scorer and rebound- 
er. Her fantastic career in- 
cluded 1476 points and 805 re- 
bounds. She was named a 
First Team All-MASCAC for 
her third consecutive year 
and participated in the New 
England Women's Basket- 
ball Senior Classic All-Star 
game. 

Sophomore guard Wendy 
Woodard brought her game 
up a notch from last season 
with a 10.5 points per game 
average and led the team 
with a (.709) free throw per- 
centage, as well as three 
pointers (27-70). She is also 
the career leader in three 
pointers made with 53. 

Rounding out the Lady 

Falcon squad with excellent 

■ .vcre guards Tina 

ttile and Kathleen May, as 
well as forwards Jessica 
Jones and Senior K e r r i 
"han, who finished her 
career with a 191 assists, 
good for second on the all- 
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Men's Basketball 



It was another disappoint- 
ing so a son for the men's 
squad, as they finished the 
season at 6-19. The outlook at 
the start o( the season ap- 
peared good tor Coach Bob 
Bond, but as the season pro- 
gressed a number of starters 
were lost for various reasons 
so Coach Bonei had to start 
with a new lineup just about 
every other game. 

Two juniors. Mike Oliver 
and Nelson Oliver (no rela- 
tion i came forward and pro- 
duced some impressive stats. 
Mike, who stepped in for Jeff 
Black for the first half of the 
season and averaged 9.0 
points and 6.8 rebounds per 
pame. Nelson led the team in 
points scored with 15.3 per 
game as well as assists with a 
3.9 average. He was also the 
teams MVP and ended up 143 
points short of the 1000 club. 
Senior Dana Belair finished 
his career as the fourth all- 
time leading scorer (stats 
available since 1978 only) 
with 1348 points. The co- 
captain scored in double fig- 
ures each of his four seasons. 
Jeff Black returned to the 
team in January and still 
managed to average 11.2 
points and 10.8 rebounds per 
trame. First year player Pat 
Williams had an excellent 

-on in which he averaged 

9 points per game. K4 
Mike Goodchild managed to 
notch his 1000 point before 

ominj; ineligible. 
Seniors Mike Allen and 
Todd Batchelor finished 
their careers at Fitchburg 
State with Allen leaving as 
the school's all-time leading 
three point shooter, netting 

luring his career. Todd, a 

::/.ain finished the sea- 

h ;i 2.3 point per jrame 

if more than made 

up for it at the defensive end 

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Baseball 



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After what looked to be a 
promising season for the 
Baseball Team, things took a 
turn for the worst as the Fal- 
cons finished the season off 
at 5-23. The season showed 
that the team batted well as 
they hit for .282 and seven 
Falcons even topped the .300 
mark. They also managed to 
score 146 runs which was up 
quite a bit from last season. 

The biggest problem for 
the Falcons this year was the 
pitching and the defense. Se- 
nior Paul Murphy paced the 
team with 27 RBI, while 
hitting .348 with 4 home runs 
and a .607 slugging percent- 
age. Senior Dave White also 
had a great season as he stole 
21 bases, batted .348 and led 
the team with a 2.49 ERA. 
Other players who had suc- 
cessful seasons were Bryan 
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The Softball Team started 
the season slow and finished 
strong as they completed the 
season at 10-15. Seven 
players hit over .300 for the 
season, while the team bat- 
ting average ended up at a 
pleasing .302. 

Senior Kerri Sheehan had 
a super year as she batted 
.368 had 18 RBI, scored 19 
runs and a slugging pet. of 
.526. Kerry D'Amico also had 
a great season as she batted 







.366 drove in 20 runs scored 
20 and had a slugging pet. of 
.521. Amy Field, Kristi 
Goodard, Jennifer Crane and 
Marsha Manna rounded out 
those who hit over .300. 

The pitching staff was led 
again by Becky Cain and 
Teresa McGinn each finish- 
ing the season at 5-9 and 3-5 
respectively. Diane Hun- 
gaski also had a superlative 
season coming as a relief 
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The 1991 MASCAC Track 
and Field Championship was 
captured by the Falcons 
Women's Track and Field 
Team. It was also a high- 
lighted season because 
Fitchburg State College was 
the host of five home meets 
including the MASCAC 
Championships. 

Key performers of the sea- 
son were Heather and Wendy 
Ewing who once again had 
fantastic seasons as they 
managed to win 27 out of a 



possible 30 points in the 
Championships. 

Freshman hurdler Coann 
White capped off by winning 
the hundred meter hurdles 
at the MASCAC meet. In the 
sprints, the Falcons who 
completed successful sea- 
sons were Maritza Knight, 
Maureen Horan and Debbie 
Armour. Linda Glover, Rene 
Cave and Carrie Jorgensen 
mastered the distance 
events. 








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The Mens Track and Field 
Team finished in a first place 
tie with eight time defending 
Champion Westfield State for 
the MASCAC Championship. 
The season capped what is 
best described as a team ef- 
fort. 

The Falcon superiors were 
Jeff Moda, Jason Cullinane 
and Francisco Hernandez. 
While these three had out- 
standing seasons the rest of 
the track team also had 
super performances. Sopho- 
more Jim Navin set a school 
record in the high jump at 
■ h and Scott McCabe 
cleared 14' 1 in the pole vault. 
Senior Rich Carabba fin- 
ished a great track career 
with a first place finish in the 
5000 meters at the MASCAC 
meet. Jim Hodgdon, Chris 
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ped the Falcons reach the 
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\ OLLE 1 BALL Front: Adrianna Nunez, Lisa Downing, Julie 
Fairman, Julie Gosselin, Marsha Manna Back: Asst. Coach Wendy Car- 
bone, Mgr. Michelle Menard, Michelle Levesque, Shelley Jackson, Dawn 
Vieira, Christine Sullivan, Amy Gagne, Head Coach Bob Murray Missing: 
Tina Loiselle 




OvJv^ v^l-ilv Front: BJ McManus, Roy Provost, Mark Buron, Jim Hodgdon, Hani ok, 
Jason Malone, Steve White, Mike Cirillo, Robert Hoffrer Middle: Asst. Coach Evan K «jji 
Manager PJ Burke, Erik Ringuette, Casey Nelson, Peter Burns, Mike Kramer, David Hugh M 
Thompson, Scott Marg, Dan Harkness, Bill Burke, Head Coach Malcolm MacPherson Bad m 
Coach Mike Lee, Steve Petraski, Ken Colbourn, Joe Anthony, Andy Moreland, Greg Martii att 
Mullen, Ernesto Mayorga 



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FOOTBALL Front: Rod Malcolm, Mike Marchionda, 
Chris Genlinas, David White, Mike McElhinna, George Carino, 
Vin Benincasa 2nd: Kevin Lynch, Dan Marrash, Rich Leblanc, 
Phil Doherty, Chris Dir, Mike Pellegri, Dan McArespie, Jim Mit- 
chell Srdi Mark LaKamy, Paul Hellwig, Thomas Santasania, 
Tony D Arnpolo, Eric Garby, Vinny Carter, Pat Keogh, Jim Vin- 
cenzi ith: Paul Camizk, Chad Smith, Dan Kwiatek, Tom 
Schaub'rr, Ed Farrell, Dan O'Connor, Bob Donavan 5th: Lou 
Vento, John Lucier, Mike Lima, Jose Medina, Tom Murray, 
Shawn McCarthy, Jim Spinelli, Joe Barbino, John Leonard, 
Brandon Skafas, Brian Poirer, Ken Ammiott 6th: Coach Sawn 
Halloran, Coach Mike Cipro, Coach Vin Keogh, Coach Dan 
•J a<-o;ueB 



FIELD HOCKEY Front: Heather Murphy, Kay Sato, l|| 
Taylor, Joyce Dunigan, Jen Kapenas, Debra Watters, Pam Sisson, ;t» 
Suarez Back: Asst. Coach Sharon Long, Patty Wager, Michelle Th * 
gould, Colleen Miranda, Kristy Faugno, Gina Urbani, Karen Li II 
Emily Hotchkiss, Lisa Chiarenza, Head Coach Jane Powers 







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)OSS COUNTRY Steve VanVoorhis, Mark Middlen, Head 
p Jim Sheehan, Francisco Hernandez, Jason Cullinane, Kevin Sim- 

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xivJ\_vl\..Ci 1 Front: Mike Maguire, Eric Lopez, Steve Witkus, John Daly, Steve Sullivan, 
Gordon Dunn, John Lavigne, Joe Bina Middle: Student Trainer Kevin Harrington, Joe Nagle, 
Asst. Coach Bruce Detinger, Dave Greynolds, Dan McNabb, Derek Kendall, Mark Abbott, Ken 
Venis, Kevin Murphy, Brian Cotter, Brian Wonson, Bark Bruno, Mgr. John Honeycutt, Score- 
keeper Heather Murphy, Head Coach Dean Fuller Back: Mark Barry, Dave Gromko, Bave Fer- 
guson, Joe Crowley, Scott Livingston, Casey Nelson, Steve Lowrey, Trainer Rob Burke Missing: 
Todd Flynn 





I SKETBALL Front ; Kerri Sheehan, Wendy Woodard, Nannette 
1 ley, Helaina Paul, Tina Sottile Back: Head Coach Steve Forte, 
I ?a Jones, Lynn Dorow, Joyce Teso, Sharon Provender, Kathleen 
' Asst. Coach George Martin 



BASKETBALL Front: Todd Batchelor, Nelson Oliver, Mike 
Allen, Dean Orfanoo Back: Head Coach Bob Bonci, Pat Williams, Mike 
Oliver, Jeff Black, Dana Belair, Scott B. Goyette, Brian Buschmann, 
Asst. Coach Jeff Wironen, Mgr. Janis Schofield Mixxirtg: James Wilson, 
Shayne Hardwick 



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XJ ASrLiIj ALL Front: Jim Krone, John Basile, Sean Tottenham, 
Dave Ferguson, Dave White, Shaune Ducharme, Phil Foley Middle: 
Bryan Wilson, Paul Muphy, Dave Shilale, Chris Gelinas, Matt Fallon, 
Steve Pickett, Brian Kapstas, Jim Deveny Back: Asst. Coach Scott 
Bolton, Mike Lima, Mike Mello, Hon Walden, Joe Moran, Peter Horan, 
Rvan Mitchell 







SOFTBALL Front: Missy Leger, Diana Hungaski, Kristi Godda 
Carolann Sampson, Kerri Sheehan, Jennifer Crane, Becky Cain Bai 
Head Coach Cherry Bennett, Marsha Manna, Amy Field, Karen Lang 
Petra Sheeley, Kerry D'Amico, Teresa McGinn, Nannette Bradli 
Michelle Levesque, Asst. Coach Lisa Forget 





TRACK AND FIELD Front: Mgr. Amy McNeil, 
Maun.-en Horan. Debbie Armour, Joan McCarthy, Kelly Gilligan 
t. Coach Lori Eckland, Sharon Todd, Alicia Donnelly, 
Tracy Lapointe, Heather ESwing 3rd: Coann White, Heather 
Murray, Jessica Jones, Patty Wager Back: Coach Jim Jellison, 
Linda Glover, Carrie Jorgensen, Wendy Ewing 



TRACK AND FIELD Front: Mark Keenan, Jim Hodgdon.Ch 
Smith, Jeff Moda, Francisco Hernandez, John Graves, Jason Cullina 
Back: Steve VanVoorhis, Mike Kolifrath, Dave Chase, Eric Lagoy, As 
Coach Steve Souliere, Jim Navin, Scott McCabe, Rich Carabba, Rodn 
Simuel, Mike Digris 








FOUR YEAR VARSITY CLUB JACKETS 

Mark Keenan Cross Country 

Mark Middlen Cross Country 

Laura Taylor Field Hockey 

IMichael McElhinnay Football 

■Mike Allen Basketball 

'Todd Batchelor Basketball 

Dana Belair Basketball 

[Lynn Dorow Basketball 

tHelaina Paul Basketball 

iKerri Sheehan Basketball 

] John Lavigne Hockey 

Steve Sullivan Hockey 

Steve Witkus Hockey 

Dave Shilale Baseball 

Ryan Stout Baseball 

Kelly Gilligan Track and Field 



After three seasons and nine sports, 
the outcome for the Sterling Cup ended 
in a tie. Both the Fitchburg State Col- 
lege Falcons and the Worcester State 
College Lancers finished with 4V2 points. 
Points were given on the basis that one 
point would receive a win and V2 point 
would receive a tie. 

The final breakdown is as follows: 
FSC: Soccer, Field Hockey, Volleyball, 

Hockey, Baseball 
WSC: Football, Men's Basketball, 
Women's Basketball, Baseball, Soft- 
ball 



FITCHBURG STATE COLLEGE 
AWARD WINNERS 



Female Athlete of the Year 

Jennifer Kapenas 

Male Athlete of the Year 

JeffModa 

Sportsmanship Award 

Joe Bina 



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As Senior's Editor, I want to thank each 
one of you who helped make this Senior Sec- 
tion one of the most successful. A lot of work 
went into arranging photo sessions, typing 
quotes, and tallying the surveys. This could 
not have been done without the cooperation 
of the senior class. This year the Saxifrage 
had a record high turnout of 451 senior por- 
traits. Out of those who had portraits taken, 
52% wrote quotes and approximately 89% 
participated in the Senior Survey. This year 
we added a Senior Directory which includes 
the names and addresses of the seniors who 
were day students graduating in May 1991. 
We hope that you find this useful in the 
future. I hope you enjoy your yearbook and I 
wish you all very happy and successful fu- 
tures. 

Special thanks to Stephanie Stanley, the 
Senior Section Layout Designer, and to 
Daryl Nadeau for all of his time, help, and 
support. 

Tract) Riihdthni 
Senior's Editor 



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Senior Night 



One of the events spon- 
sored by the Class of 1991 was 
the Senior Night in the Pub 
lie Kl on Thursday, November 
29, 1990. 

Senior Class President Bill 
McCarty entertained every- 
one who attended by spin- 
ning records and taking re- 
quests and the night's DJ. 
Senior Class Treasurer Jeff 
Simoneau commented that 
the event was successful in 
gathering the Class of 1991 
and there were ". . . no seats 
to be found . . ." in the Union 
Stop Pub. 

Bill McCarty also made a 
toast to his fellow classmates 
wishing them all good luck in 
the future! All who attended 
Senior Night in the Pub will 
remember the fun they had 
drinking, listening to the 
good tunes, and just simply 
enjoying the company! 

Gina A. Cuccovia 





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Association Class of 1991 also 
sponsored a second Senior 
Night m the Pub during the 
spring semester. 

On Wednesday, April 17, 
L991, doors opened to mem- 
bers of the class of 1991 to 
enjoy a night filled with 
comedy and laughter. Be- 
cause of a Bruins Hockey 
game that night only around 
70 people gathered in the 
Union Stop Pub. The Comedy 
show began around 8:00 pm 
with comedians Tim Moni- 
han and Al Ducharme. 




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Senior Ball 



The Student Government 

Association Class of L991 
sponsored the Senior Com- 
mencement Ball on Friday, 
April 5 at the Sheraton Tara 
in Nashua. NH. 

Around 300 members of the 
graduating ('lass of L991, 
their dates, and honored 
guests attended the event. 
The Ball began at 6pm with 
Cocktail Hour in the Tara 
Court followed by dinner at 
7:30pm in the Grand Tara 
Ballroom. Kristen Shoe- 
maker, Class of 1991 Vice 
President, commented that 
". . . we tried to break the 
tradition and have an open 
bar, we tried our best, but 
administration blocked our 
way the night before." For all 
those 21 years of age, tickets 
were given for two com- 
plimentary drinks. Dancing 
began around 9pm with 
music provided by Dezyne. A 
guitar solo was played by 
senior Brian Connell and a 
singing solo was performed 
by senior Brad Eisenhaure. 

The Class of 1991 shared 
the enjoyment of socializing, 
dining, and dancing as one of 
their last functions as 
students of Fitchburg State 
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The 1991 Fitehburg State 
College commencement was 

held on Sunday, May L'ti, 
L991. The shining sun and 

cheery laces of the Class of 
1991 and their families set 

the mood of excitement for 
the Ninety-fifth Commence- 
ment. 

William McCarty, Presi- 
dent of the Senior Class, pre- 
sented the class gift of an oak 
table for the Miller Hall Oval 
Room. The Commencement 
Address was delivered by Mr. 
Robert Glover, who is a con- 
sulting producer for the 
Christian Science Monitor. 
Mr. Glover is the former di- 
rector of children's pro- 
gramming at \VHDH-TV in 
Boston. 

As the graduating stu- 
dents received their diplo- 
mas, friends and family sat 
and watch while pride and 
happiness filled their hearts. 
Good luck to the Class of 
1991! 




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"I can't remember who met who first, or who liked who first, all I can remember is 
all of us together." St. Elmo's Fire. Thanx to the girls — you're the best! SS, BB, DB, 
CT, PC, MM, JC, the boys, MW and the guys, Joelle, Barry. Thanx Mom + Dad! 
Jennifer Leslie Abate 

A is for Alvin * FL, someday SF * Shows with DD * Thanks for the gum wrapper 
men SF * Study buddies MD and SF * Hollywood Boys BW and DP * Family TM and 
SM * Thanks for getting me through these 4 years CL, LB, RC, PK, SLK, VF, 
D + TL, A's.T's, BA, HS 
Cynthia Lynn Anderson 

MAY THIS DEGREE I EARN THIS DAY BLIND ME NOT THROUGH THE 
PATH I CRAVE . . . 
Miguel A. Arehilla Jr. 

FOR MY TIME (5 FSC NEVER FORGET LA JP LM DL MS KD TH 206 & 104 
JAMAICA 90 BAKIN NAKED YA ARIGHT. WAYNES WORLD. TH 603 — DS — 
ENOUGH SAID THERE! MISS YOU. COPPER FIELDS OH GOD YA! OOPS 
GOOD LUCK SMJ P. THANKS MOM & DAD 143. A MIRACLE! NOW I'M SAD AND 
MUST SAY GOODBYE 
Michelle Ann Aubuchon 

The Manor, 22 Gage, Gina and Jenn, Vampire, yes there is a place called Granby! 
119 Day, The Squirrel from Hell, the Dungen, the Bahama's, Sr Ball, slammers, 
Nivea, The Little Black Book, FSC = The Hotel California, My Window, Vodka, AM, 
C, L, D, K, and D-Bye Girls. 
Jennifer Bail 

Thanks — Mom, Dad, and Mike Love You. Willard Brook. Club Myrtle. Study Group 
Leader. Naked Snow Angels. Alteration in Socialization/Nursing. SO. CO. to cure 
those post Spree Day Hiccups. Thanks to my study group. See You Later. Thomp- 
son Hall 
Susan M. Barker 

CLUB MYRTLE PRES. OH GOD YOU WOULDN'T BELIEVE WHAT SUE DID! 
DELPHA TIT PHI WILLARD BROOK BONFIRES. "KIM HAPPY BDAY" COME 
ON YOU GUYS IT'S MONDAY SCOTT HOWS THE BROKEN DOWN CHEVY 
THANKS MOM DAD DIANNE BOBBY BONNIE SUE BETH AND JUDY 
Ann Marie Barry 

Climb the ladder of success and you will reach your goal. 
Kathleen Batten 

My years here at FSC are irreplaceable. Through great times and tears I have 
grown as an individual for the better. To all my sisters of sigma alpha delta, I love 
you all and will miss you. Thanks Mom and Dad! I did it!! 
Daniell L. Beaudoin 

WXPL 1990 ORG. OF THE YEAR SID LIVES 2 A&P BG GB "IT'S HAPPENING 
IT'S O.K." STRONG ST. RULESE'TON DOWNTOWN DL SEX PISTOLS IDOL 
NOIDS STATION MANAGER 3186 1 2786 MISSING YOU JC TOO THE PACKEY 
PRAY FOR MOVING BYE BYE BURG WXPL IS GOD 
Thomas J. Benham 

People take the most important things in life for granted such as walking, talking, 
thinking, etc . . . 
Lesly Benoit 

"Dare to do what you dream. Search your heart to know what you most desire to do: 
then do it, for you can become, by perseverance, what you long to be." O thank my 
family for their love and support. FSC, thanks for the memories. 
Vickie Lynn Berry 

We're outta here guys! Remember all the good times Slats The Pub JR'sTh 603 Lips 

Rhino Carrot Spike Mike, Word. TD Let's get a place, shut up man, Kev you're all 

done in this town, Ry let's steal something BYOB Let's Get Dark TH 404-1990. 

Robert Bishop 

Without the Love, Support, & Inspiration of family & close friends, everything 

would be Nothing!! Time 2 spread mv wings — Secret Fantasy (Soulful & Smooth) 

PEACE, LOVE, & ATTITUDE! (ptnrs in crime SF, PH 2 CK, FW! WT TM!) The 

Deacon 

David Terrill Braxton 

Thanks Mom + Dad, I love you! The past 4 yrs have been wonderful. RA 88-90, Med 

Tech Club, Fla. Georgetown U., Spag's, skiing, friends, credit cards, my residents, 

warm fuzzies + most of all I found independence!!! Aug 6, Red, N910, A404, A830, 

402F. 

LynnMarie Brousseau 

"I don't believe in Beatles. I don't believe in walruses. I just believe in myself." - 
JOHN LENNON 
Brian H. Brunelle 

Finally! Thanks Mom + Dad for footing the bill, lots of great memories, CRT, The 
regulars at 99 Snow St. dancing on our furniture, Montreal w/Bill, Brian, Joe, 
Hunter + Mase, Slats, Fall Foliage Tour '90 I hope we all keep in touch . . . 
Robert S. Buckley 

I would like to thank all the faculty for giving me a well rounded education. I will In- 
working in the field of Public Accounting and I hope to become a partner in an 
Accounting Firm. I plan to get married and raise a family. 
Dimitri N. Bugnolo 

THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES TK'S YOU'RE #1 "Tist" SAX90 TH604 AUB5 
SPREEDAYS LATE NIGHTS FSC15 HOCKEY 3AM CALLS SLATKATS .IKS 
RARA.MISSI.JIKE, KELLY, KEN, CHERI & MOEGOOI) II «K! MICHELLE — 
WE — MISSED YOU! JDB143 THANKS MOM & DAD I LOVE YOU!! 

Amy B ulcus 

L, M, J — French memories. Pee-Wee's plate "The quiet one" Slat's + JR'sTH 205 — 

Keeping secrets Dinners with Mike Define: Walk of Shame. Miss you Linda and 

Donna! Thank you Mom, Dad, and Rick! 

Emily Burtt 

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. To mv friends — I'll never forget 

you guys! BL8, TH303, MIA, Buffone. NH, Knsti I. Ml'. Canrun, ' ape I 

Thanks Mom + Dad I Love You! 
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MEMORIES: BEST TIMES AT 30 GAGE, AND AT 94 MYRTLE, CLUB CHEWYS, 
NIGHT ON THE TOWN WITH BOB MY HOME BOY ERIC, DAYTONA 91, MW DB 
OW LI II III, SPREEDAYS, CAMPING IN 89, JANICE, GOLF PARTIES, 
WORLDS, ALL THE LATE NIGHTS WITH GAGE BOYS & GIRLS RJH #1 
Michael A. Cahill 

* BETTY * ASST. COORD. ORIENTATION 1990 I LEAVE FSC WITH JOY AND 
EXPECTATIONS FOR THE FUTURE AND SORROW FOR WHAT I LEAVE BE- 
HIND. THINK WHERE (WOMAN'S GLORY MOST BEGINS AND ENDS, AND 
SAY MY GLORY WAS I HAD SUCH FRIENDS. W.B. YEATS 
Kristine R. Carlson 

WHAT NEXT? WAX! PQ! — WISH U WERE HERE! RT — CR7. TH — TOWEL? 

SUPER FRESH? 99 SNOW— 5 AM AGAIN? ML (MC MICKEY) ITS POOH TIME. 

AFTER HRS PARTY — ML! FRIENDS 4EVER — ML — TH — KS — DD — BC — 

JC. SUMMER '89. THANX FOR EVERYTHING MOM + JOD! LOVE YOU BK! 

Julie Caruso 

Thanks Mike, Andy, George, Vin, Scott, Cams, Hena, Jeanne and Lori. Spree Days 

"The Rock". Mo "elevator". Zeus "the fireplace 7". Budmen #1. Sherry, Let's keep 

the good and put the bad behind us. I Love You. 103 +111 M.A. t401. Thanks Mom 

and Dad 

Kevin P. Cavanaugk 

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11-24-89 Rprty — Chris — GTM * FF: CM — THNXS 

Beth Chester 

What a long strange Trip it's Been! Gone Are The Harsh Mornings And Beer 
Soaked floors. Understand that I Don't understand what is to be. Only Time And 
Flashbacks will Remind me. Peace Love and music for All. 
Mark Christoffels 

Thank you MOM, DAD, and Gina! I made it with the help of all of you! You gave me 

strength and courage to move on. Without you, I'd be nowhere. You are two great 

parents and one great sister! I Love You! Love Sue. 

Sue-Ann Cimminello 

RBs 1-22, Click, hhmm, Bruins, Elmos — seeds, $5 — each our house, KS + CM 

Lajoie, Pam, Fred late nite in Daytona, 63 So far 165 clOset, p-uptruck 89, Porte, 

Derwin, the boys Jeff R, BC, LB, KQROs punch, Edgar the hill, Slatts — JRs #1 (— 

thanx mom + dad, RBs 4-EVA 

Jennifer Dorothea Clark 

N Ynex, To my friends, I'll miss you. D — corrupted forever. Hey TH206, When do we 

get OUR DINNER! TH205 we had a blast! Late night talks with Linda. "This is the 

time to remember." Thanks for EVERYTHING Mum & Dad I LOVE YOU 

Annmarie Colaninno 

Nice day for a white wedding, June 27, 1992. What clown? I meant to lite my hair on 

fire! Broken elbow. The plumber . . . yup . . . phone! Goals! Vivarin! Nowuw us! Like 

a virgin. RT fire alarms + snowball fights. B-4. Thank you Mom + Dad I LOVE 

YOU! 

Joanne L. Collins 

It's amazing how time flies. It's already time to go. We're off to bigger and better 

things (If that's possible) To all of my friends and peers BEST OF LUCK IN THE 

FUTURE! It's been the best years of my life so far Stay in touch SEE YA! 

Brian J. Connell 

I love you David, thanks! Aly + Lia thanks for putting up w/me! Christine I'm glad 

we bonded! M, M, K, A + C you guys are great! Keep in touch! Kim + IS: Thanks + 

make sure you put it in the book! Thanks Mom + Dad! LOVE ya! ESC: SEE YA! 

Jodi Lynn Contois 

Cheering FSC 33 SMU 7 Good Times with TM2, TT, PD, JL BFO/Jeopardy Tracey — 
Harvard CC's coming up! NSG '91 Good luck ON THE Hop JR's Slat's 1 1/16/89 Not 
the Captain again! George + Georgia — sure?! Halloween Sigma at BC Thanx Mom 
Bob Chad + Britt 
Charlene Ann Coppola 

"Kitty" Goodbye FSC! Julie, Krissy, Jil, Brenda, Rachel — Fun & good times— I'll 
miss you! Boopsie, Amy, Pam too! My 21st B-dav! Plotte! Colleen & Marv. Da- 
bunna, Stein, Todd, Mike, Rod, Kenny, Dumb — DEAG — SISTA Mom & Dad 
Thanks for everything— I LOVE YOU! 
Kathleen A. Connolly 

Good times w/RB's I Luv u guys Fubars jorjeand B5 Kegraces spreedays 24 Con- 
gress St. Roadtrips Chixkkymandot her friends from home Bobby K Lisa's wed and 
Robyn's wed Biff and Robin Mom Dad + .IP Thanks for your support — I LUV U 
Jaileen Correira 

43 highland with Jack & Collins, Jarhead. Best of times — Jack, Gator, D-Coy, 
Marsden, Spallone, Keg Race winners with Rod, Mac, Denis, SCOOTER, and all the 
rest. Best times with my sweetheart LORI. Thanks MOM and DAD. I Love uou! 
David Lawrence Cosentino 

Thank you to all my friends for a great 4 yrs. Linda, you've been a great friend And 
never Give up. ROOMMATE! Chip, thank vou for all vour help. I couldn't have 
made it without you. THANKS MOM, ILY!" 
Denise M. Costello 

Thanks Mom and Dad for all of your love and support. I could not have done it 
without you! Good luck to all of my friends. I'll miss you! 
Lee Ann Cotugno 

BEANER — CAN I ASK A QUESTION? — EXCUSE ME — IF ONE ADVANCES 
CONFIDENTLY IN THE DIRECTION OF HIS DREAMS, AND ENDEAVORS T( ) 
LIVE THE LIFE HE HAS IMAGINED, HE WILL MEET WITH SUCCESS." 
GRATITUDE TO FAMILY AND FRIENDS. 
Jean Y. Crivell 

To Mom & Dad Thanks for all the support and guidance To my friends your what I'll 

remember To FSC tap that keg and party all night Memories Moon Slats Spree 

Days open-container write-ups .IP MW WW MO OL JM KH Scan '.» 26 90 RIP 

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Special times special places and special friends together; the moments pass so 
quickly but the memories last forever KM, PB, JF, KF, FP, TO, MP, SJ, MM, JC, The 
Boys, JA, MC, SK. Thanks Mark. MOM I Couldn't have done it without you! Thanx 
Pamela A. Cunha 

Aub5, 3Hamas, Faye, StB's, Slat's, Scrabble, Pledging, Best Times With JF, HZ, SC, 
RC, CM, JP, BB, JM, Toks, NY, Greek Parties, Thank You All! Good Bye Old Man! 
"Although The Time Has Come To Part, A Club Like Tokalon Will Remain Forever 
In Our Hearts." 303 You're Banned 
Doreen Faye Curran 

"THE USUAL?" "RYAN, SLATT'S?" "WENT JOGGING" "SCOTTY IS THAT 
BLUE SMOKE?" "WORD" 603, 619, 620 #00, #11 RHAK: SMOKEY TIREMAN 12oz 
BREAKFAST RC, KR, MN, BB, RM, DS LATE ALWAYS. MOM + DAD THANKS 
FOR EVERYTHING, LOVE YA. "DRIVE FOR SHOW' 
Timothy Edward Dailey 

THANKS MOM AND DAD, I COULDN'T HAVE DONE IT WITHOUT YOU. 
THANKS TO ALL MY SPECIAL FRIENDS, YOU GUYS ARE THE BEST! I'LL 
NEVER FORGET ALL THE GOOD TIMES WE'VE HAD. HEY DENISE — I'LL 
MISS YOU, IT'S BEEN A GREAT FOUR YEARS!! 
Linda M. Dacey 

REMEMBER THE GOOD TIMES, FORGET THE BAD TIMES AND LOOK FOR- 
WARD TO THE FUTURE. 
Juliette M. Dauphinais 

186 PEARL ST MS, JK, AB, DE, YS, MS, JN, LZ, DW, LG, MS, BB, FAT LADY 
CLAMS SPREEDAY 88 SLATS/JR'S 89 SNOW ST — 86/7 CW, BG, MF, XMAS 
PARTY 12/9/88/8/18/90 PB THANX MS2 THANKS MA/DAD. W/OUT U I WOULD 
NOT HAVE MADE IT! I LOVE YOU! U TOO D & M XOXO 
Karen Marie Davis 

It took five years, but now it's over! Thanks Mom and Dad for everything. 
Kelly Ann Davis 
LIVE IN PEACE FREE IN 90'S 
Peyman Dayyani 

Thanks roomies for all the good times. I'll miss ya! I love ya Steve. Thank you Mom 
and Dad for all your support. It's the friends and memories you make that makes 
this place all worthwhile! 
Kristina J. Dhimitri 

SPECIAL THANKS TO MY FAMILY AND FRIENDS FOR ALL THEIR SUP- 
PORT. LISA, BUDDY, YOU ARE THE BEST. I LOVE YOU DAN; THANKS FOR 
EVERYTHING! HAVE I TOLD YOU THAT I LOVE YOU LATELY? THAT'S 
WHAT I THOUGHT! 
Christine A. DiBona 

To my friends: thanks for the good times: the memories will last forever. To the 
Nursing faculty: your support has prepared me for a promising future: FSC will 
always hold a special place in my heart. Thanks Mom & Dad. 
Rachel DiFazio 

THANX M + D — NEVER FORGET ALL THE GOOD TIMES W/TB, N( D, B, R, M, J 
+ K— NEVER WOULD'VE MADE IT W/OUT U WNDC — FRI MORN NSG CLASS 
— HELP! DON'T BELIEVE THE HYPE! PARTY IN A SHOEBOX — MEB + 
UB40 — CANCUNST — SUMMER OF 90 BEST IS YET TO COME — MISS U ALL 
Julie 

Ann Dolan 

THANK YOU TO MY ROOMIES AND FRIENDS FOR A VERY MEMORABLE 
(MOST OF THE TIME!) FOUR YEARS! I COULDN'T HAVE BEEN BETTER 
ANYWHERE ELSE BUT 94! GOOD LUCK AND BE SURE TO STAY IN TOUCH! 
THANKS MOM AND DAD FOR YOUR UNENDING SUPPORT! 
Carolyn M. Donavan 

Finally, a senior once again! 1991 "CPA" (Hopefully some day The Library on the 
4th floor with my Accounting Buddies. I wish my Buddies the BEST OF LUCK & 
please keep in touch. Thanks Mom & Dad for your support. Bye FSC 
Linda Doucet 

. . . and so it ends. I shall miss my friends and all of the fun that we had. I am 
grateful to know: JM, KM, VG, PD, JL, and all of TH108. Thanks Mom, Dad, and Pete 
for everything. 
Amy Lynn Dowd 

"To accomplish great things, we must not only act but also dream, not only plan, bul 
also believe." Elementary Education Major: President of Kappa Delta Pi. 
Cindy E. Drouin 

Thank you Mom and Dad for everything! 
Michelle N. Dube 

IT TOOK ME 40 YEARS TO GET MY BACHELOR'S, I HOPE I CAN CUT THE 
TIME DOWN A LITTLE BIT WHEN I GO FOR MY MASTERS. 
Ruth E. Dube 

Within us all we have the power to save the world. When we forfeit our greatest gift, 
we remain forever a remnant of past sacrifices made in vain. I shall not live in vain. 
lest I die in vain. 
Jennifer Marie Dudley 

What I've learned. Maturity begins when you take from life but give more. Make the 
most of every minute. Be different. Make a difference. Accept challenges. Like 
yourself. Be patient. SMILE! "This is the end of the innocence." 
Patricia Lynn Dugga/n 

Thank you Mom, Dad, and Jim. Roomies from B3 + Snow St., thanks for all the good 
times and memories. I'll miss you all. Good luck friends from the 1th floor of the 
library. Foundation of 185 North St., the beginning of forever. 
Carolyn M. Dunphy 

A noted philosopher once said a circle with a hole is a donut, and a donut with no 
hole is a danish, and a flute with no holes isn't a flute. Thanks Mom + Dad, Thanks 
TH604, special thanks to RLM. 
Frank Durrick 

Take you time, think a lot, think of everything you've got for you will still be here 
tomorrow but your dreams may not. Thanks to my family, friendship forever. 1 1 19 
KH Thanks for always bein^ there! 
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IT TOOK ME MANY YEARS TO GET THIS BSN DEGREE IN NURSING AND IT 
WAS WORTH THE WAIT AND HARD WORK TO GET IT. I KEPT AN ATTITUDE 
OF "DO NOT QUIT" AND "NEVER GIVE UP" FOR A CAREER I HAVE AL- 
WAYS WANTED TO BE A PART OF. 
Crystal J. Eberhard 

Four years of fun times with Kelly. "The Alliance" Slats & Jr's "Zin Day" at the 
gardens. Spring Break 91 "The Boys" Porch parties GoodLuck Kristin! Thanks 
Mom and Dad! 
Pam Edivards 

REMEMBER TO ALWAYS FOLLOW YOUR DREAMS! NEVER LET ANY BAR- 
RIERS TO STAND IN YOUR WAY! YOU CAN DO IT. IF THERE IS A WILL, 
THERE'S A WAY. THANKS TO EVERYONE THAT BELIEVES IN ME. WE 
MADE IT. TO OUR SUCCESS. 
Patricia K. Egan 

Mom, Dad, and Mike Thanks for your love and support. Mike, I Love You. 8/18/88 Is 
this a date? VTC '79 Z28 Cruisin' on the "Z" Susie, Ea Friends Always. Miss ya 
Shelly. Vicki & Tom, skiing? Cellery "Take a nap every afternoon." 
Sarah Hanlon Ellery 

GRADUATION AT LAST!! Wendy, Lisa, LynnMarie, Hope, and Michelle, we all 
survived senior year in the Med Tech Major. Thanks to all of you, Nora, and Carrie 
for these few great years at FSC! GOOD LUCK! 
Heather A. Ewing 

We made it! 1991 is finally here. Thank you Heather, Lisa, Michelle, LynnMarie, 
and Hope for making senior year so much fun. Thanks Nora and Carrie for being 
such great friends! 
Wendy J. Ewing 

"Thank You Mom & Dad for everything" Aubuchon 11th floor, bldg 6, Green St. 
Monoosnock 87 + 88. We made it Tammy!!! 
Robyn Sue Faber 

Slattery's, 1 Pearl St. w/DM, JM, CM, Friends new and old, CS, KB, KD, ML, MM, 
KR, SS. Thursday night's at Slat's & Jr's. Jamaica! R. BS, BP, Pre-practicums, 
Hangovers, Softball? MWCC<Scooping! Spree Day 90 summer classes, I LOVE YOU 
MOM&DAD! 
Jennifer Anne Farrow 

I did it! Look out world! I did not do it alone, however. My family, my best friend 
June, and many people at F.S.C. helped me get to this point with their love and/or 
support. Thank you all. 
Hope I. Finch 

THANKS MOM AND DAD — I COULDN'T HAVE MADE IT WITHOUT YOU! TO 
MY SISTERS OF THE ADELPHIAN SOCIETY, THANKS FOR ALL THE GOOD 
TIMES AND GREAT MEMORIES — I LOVE YOU ALL! DAN — THE BEST IS 
YET TO COME. I'LL MISS YOU FSC. 
Kelly N. Fitzgerald 

Flaming Jiffies, H20 Balloons, Slat's, Jr's, The Cabin, Snuff, Get Leid, Hat on, 
Virginia Beach, Twitch List, Who's Snapping . . ., Thanks MACM for an awesome 
SR. year, Mare & T thanks for the best 4 years, Mom, Dad, Joe, Brenda, David, Love 
ya 
Maureen Florio 

Some say it's holding on that makes you strong; sometimes it's letting go. Special 

thanks to my Mom, Junk, and all my friends for being with me in my good times and 

staying with me through my bad. I Love You All Very Much. 

Jeannie Marie Ford 

So long FSC! Good luck to all my "Pretty" Friends, I'll miss you guys!! Thanks for 

all the great memories! P.S. "KB" Be good in Cancun!!, you too ML. LOVE YA J.K. 

Amy C. Forster 

The Grabbina Hands grab all they can, all for themselves after all, the Grabbina 

Hands grab all they can, EVERYTHING COUNTS IN LARGE AMOUNTS. P.S. 

Love and thanks to everyone. Hey Sue! See you on 66! 

Erica Lynn Friedrich 

The significance of oneself can't be measured by the fame and glory of this world or 

by the materials we have but by the love and compassion you have shown to others 

everyday of your life. Thank you Mom and Dad I Love You 

Maria James Fotiades 

VB88-91 Thanks Bob. Memories of Slatt's, Jr's, Log, VA Beach + Get Leid! Moe + 

Mare Thanks for all the laughs — the best of times are yet come! MACM #1! A 

special thanks to Cid, you're the best! Mom, Dad, B + C thanks for everything!! 

Love, — Aim 

Amy Lyn Gagne 

I love vou Mom, Dad + Lisa! Thanks for everything! 5-5-89 Greg — vou're the best! 

umbatz Russell, New Halls, 186 Pearl KP, MV, JD, KD — What an experience! DW — 

Love ya! Soph. yr. — the best! C6 lounge — memories! Friends 4ever Winter Cam. 

Lori Ann Gag mm 

Thanx to Mom, Dad, and friends. I would not have made it without you. Special 

thanks to JL, EC, AS. I Love You All. I will never forget my great friends and fun 

times at RT, parties, Slat's, Jr's, and library. Varsity SB89 V 90, Intra's VB, SB + 

FB. 

Donna Lee Gardiner 

"You can't get where you are going unless you remember where you came from. 

Who vou are and what vou are are the onlv things vou own. Never quit, and never 

... NEVER SURRENDER!" JBJWKRMLGD Thanks Mom + Dad! 

Edn aril G. (in rn it 

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The friendships I have made will continue on forever. All t he love and t hanks to KS. 

ML, CB, .IS, MM, LB, JO, TL, TO, JL, CG, BG, BZ. A special thanks to my loving and 

supportive parents. 

Barbara M. Gibson 

TO ALL MY FRIENDS — THANKS FOR AM. THE GREAT TIMES YOU'RE 

THE BEST AND I'LL NEVER FORGET YOU. THANKS TO THE NURSING 

DEPT. FOR ALL YOUR SUPPORT. MOST OF ALL, LOVE TO MY FAMILY — I 

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"Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." 

Kimberly Godin 

MY LIFE HAS CHANGED AND NOW MY EYES CAN SEE I'M LETTING ALL 
THE SUNLIGHT INTO ME NOW I'M FREE!!! THANKS FOR ALL YOUR 
LOVE!!! MOM, DAD, FAMILY, & ALL MY VERY SPECIAL FRIENDS!!!! 

Kim Marie Goldman 
It is hard to say goodbye and harder to part, but each friend has a special place deep 
within my heart. Thanks Mom, Dad, + Nan, Thanks to my friends at home and at 
ESC, you're the best. 

Jullianne M. Goodwin 
Thank you Mom & Dad Sue can we talk? Paul thanks for the bald spot who was that 
feces phantom in Daytona? Don't be queer Anne Long Live Club Myrtle Kim feel 
like typing? Alteration in Mental Status/Nursing Thanks guys for everything 

Mary Theresa Gorniak 
Thank you Tom, TH604, the girls across the way, & all the many friends I have 
made at FSC for the memories never to be forgotten. At last it's time to turn the 
page and start a new chapter in my life. Thanks Mom & Dad. 

Vicki Lee Grealey 
Act: off campus AP, I care/-4. Jim Duggan lives and so does CARBOB5 = The Bear, 
figlog, pip, Mo, Kevelevator action flunk outs JOE MAC the dorks, party at 24 
Congress, Clinton, Tobins + my houses preeday Bill Rossi 986- ? The Band, 4.5 year 
plnpippen cuing 98 

Paul G. Green 
SUE YOU'RE THE 1! MIKE ORGANIZING TERRY'S OPEN GYM THE LUNCH 
CLUB, KIM CAN CARRY A NOTE, JEFF NOTHING PRESSED, TOM JUST 
QUIT, WEDNESDAY PASTA ADAM WAKE ME UP EARLY, WTS THANKS TO 
ALL!! MOM&DAD FOREMOST GOOD LUCK! 

Alden F. L. Han-is II 
Boosin' with the Boys Frozen Mudslides The Alliance The journal God love you Rob 
Spring Fever Hey Brian, I've got nerves of steel. Thank vou Pammv for all the fun! 
I'll miss you LO'D, MT, GL, TD, and KG. 

Kelley Hay 
I'll miss you Lisa and Kim. Cin — you're the greatest! Love ya Carol — so does 
Lacman! I love you Mom and Dad! Thank you, Becky. I'll never forget — Everyone 
has a vision. 

Kimberly I. Hoff 
Always follow your dreams, for dreams can become reality. Ma, Dad Thank you for 
all your love and support — I love you! TH704 '89-90' and 'soys' — so many memories 
forever in my heart! Friends always! Study group — we made it! Good Bye FSC! 

Lori Ann Hogan 
Thank you to all who have helped me get through the past 4 years. I could not have 
done it without you. Remember the good times. Thanks Mom Dad + Lori, I Love 
You. 

John K. Honeycutt 
I DID IT!! But not by myself Joey, Thank you for all the encouragement. I couldn't 
have done it without you. I love you! (Now there are no more obstacles.) Mom, I 
thank you for dragging me out of bed for the past four years. 

Lori Jennie Howe 
WHAT A LONG STRANGE TRIP IT'S BEEN! 

Tina Marie Iannotti 
One day at a time — This is enough, Do not look back and grieve over the past, for it 
is gone, and do not be troubled about the future, for it has not yet come, Live in the 
present and make it so beautiful that it'll be worth remembering. Thanx Ma and 
Dad. 

Karen Ierardi 

"It took 4 yrs. but we finally made it!" 

\ora ./. Inginan 

I made it . . . Freshman year — first is best ... 210 Highland . . . Strobe — Sports ed 
. . . WXPL '86 Series Parties . . . $100 to Jay . . . XPL dinner ... I don't Fred . . . Late 
night poker . . . safety . . . 4/26/90 ... I Love You Lisa . . . Thanks for everything 
Mom, Frank, Annette. 

Michael I'. Ippolito 

"The Iceman!" . . . "What's the matter?!" . . . Wanna ride in the Z? . . . He, got a 
minute? . . . Love those cars . . . Got to go to work . . . talk to me. 

Latin Johnson 

"If you bring forth what is within you, what is within you will save you. If you do not 
bring forth what is within you, what is within you will destroy you" PEACE FSC. 

LiiAnn Mo rit Johnson 
24 CONGRESS GRIF KEGRACE SPREEDAY 96 MYRTLE 89 MONOCROWLEY 
106 SLAT'S FUBARS! MIKEB! WA 89 SNOW CAMPUS PIZZA GOLF PARTY 
SANDIEGO MB! UMASS NAMETAG INTRAFTBLCHMP88 H-LUB BUTKUS 
SDPADRES TALGAT FAT PIG PORTE TY FUBARREI) SOXGAME THANKS 
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Goodbye 

FSC! Kitty, Jilldo, Brenda, Rachel, Chrissy — Thanks for the fun — I'll miss you 
guys!! Bob, I love you! Banyan meeting-in-court Bunner(s) TH108 — Kiss Pudding 
21st B-days Rod, Bears, Kimber, LA, CK, SK. Thanks Mom & Dad I love you guys!! 

Julm A K\ < fi 

I will never forget all the good times at FSC with my friends. Great times at parties, 
Slat's, Jr's, Building 2, and 12.'i. Thanks to all of my great friends and especially my 
family. I couldn't have done it without all of the support. 

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nsg. exams, & all nighters. Good luck to Ann, Nancy, & Mike! 

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[att and Steve never forget THE MINDLESS EXCURSION "It can't rain like 
all day" BMIIHA! Girls of the 7th floor and SWAKS of the 8th thanks for the 
times and candid photos NM, DC, MN, BR Thanks. Luv Ya Mom I Did it Dad. 

Daniel A. Kenney 
gin there kids it's not all that bad. The only way to think is to think positive. It's 
; to look at your past but don't step back, always strive forward in whatever you 
se to accomplish. Hold on to your dreams. 

Michael R. Kotifrath 
i Ibye FSC! Hey CR and KD "I've had the time of my life!" It was a lot of fun 
l't it? I'm going to miss all of you guys. Thanks to all of my support systems, 
daily Mom and Kevin. I couldn't have done it without you! 

Ami S. Kozak 
ory major: Education minor Greatest event in all history: On the Cross, eternal 
vas/is won by One! Much thanks to the Christian Fellowship! "A friend loveth 
1 times." Hold me to that! FSC: Smile! Jesus loves you! 

Jane Elizabeth Kulkkula 
t of all, I would like to thank my Mom. I will never forget the new friends I made 
in the S.U. I will never forget special friends, Alex, Anita, Mike. Congrats to 
>n. I'll remember the fun w/ Colleen & Jamie. Thanks. 

Kristina L. Lachapelle 
n't believe 4 years have past! There are so many great memories w/ great 
ids! Chris, Sheila, Kathy — I love you guys — you made the bad times bearable, 
the good times great! 21 Pacific St — if the walls could talk! SCARY 

Heather M. LaCroix 
; not how much money you have but what you do with it." — Malcolm Forbes 

Martin E. Lans 

' P MOHAWKS VP-89 PRE-90 WXPL PROGRAMS FSC BASEBALL FOOS- 

,L WNDC S + JRS W/ DWELLY IGGY DAN ARCHIE ERIC + PETE. FOOSIN' 

HANK BIGJIM CARPY COX MASE LEV + HUNTIE CL5 W/ 

)\PPY + HEFFA SAVESIGN + X-MAS TREES. COCKTAILS W/ DWELLY 

Gregory P. Lantz 
i, Reality! Already? TH203, BFO/Jeopardy. P D, J.M., A.D., T.M2, C.C, T.T., It 
been an experience. If you choose a career you love, you'll never work a day in 
i- life. Tim, the best of times, V&me. Jenn, Mom, Dad, THANX I Love You All! 

Julia L. LaPlante 
V Rule: 

fSH*KI*CK*KH*TC*PD*BG*MO* KD*KS*SM*TD*MV*BS*MM*MS*JT! SH 
imie 4rs! No walls + no corners! Good times in #320 Smokin' how's the laugh? 
■ nx Mom, Dad + Scott! Great Memories at FSC last FOREVER!!! 

Debra Lynn Larkin 
m't ask for life's load to be lightened, ask for the strength to carry it." 

Phyllis J. Smith-Latour 
»nk you George, I couldn't have made it without you. I love you. 

Sheron O. Laval 

iiiufacturing Technology Ice Hockey 88/89/90/91 Winning 4 Hockey Champion- 
lis Library Annex 13 Waverly 98 Snow 38 Green SS DK SW SS DE SK Club SNOW 
goal to be successful and happy. 

John Edward Lavigne 
nks Mom and Dad for all your love and support My college years have been the 
, I will never forget the great times Thanks KS, CL, BG, JS, LB, ML, JD, LL. 

Marianne Lavargna 
:ker and Dano, It's been FUN! (TRUE). LUZA Laura and the Swacks, Thanks 
All The memories!! L.H.R. (B.T.) 3-28. Hey what about a math minor? Yeah 
ht!! Monza Mania! T.G. Mindless Excursion Parts 1,2,3 . . . Thanks MOM & Dad! 

Matthew Gary Lavallee 
RE ALL SET! 
f ASS, GUMDROPS, TH208, PLETHORA, RICH, CLUB BOSTON & AG, C5 BIM- 
(3 7 FLUFF PINK STUFF, ICE, SPAIN, CAMPERS, ATLANTA, 14G, 
1 OWNIES, PETER, DAWN, THANK YOU MOM, DAD, AND GRANDPA! I'M 
I T OF HERE WITH FRYING PAN IN HAND . . . 

Amanda M. Laverty 
) asks no man whether he will accept life. That is not the choice. You must take it. 
1 only choice is how. — Henry Ward Beecher 

Catherine Ann LeBlanc 
HAS CHEWY, ETAL, SATAN, I LEAVE TO FSC 94 MYRTLE "CLUB 
t'EWY'S" SO THE LEGEND BETTER LIVE ON. DATONA 90,91 WNDC SPREE 
/ Y SWANKIN ALWAYS! WORLD'S GOLFIN GAGE ITS ALL UPHILL FROM 
li'RE! THANX FRIENDS MOM DAD LORI MY LOVE LATA! 

Jeffrey J. LeBlanc 
iderTH205 — What does the word scoop mean, anyways? TH206 — Can I borrow 
iNalk of Shame, me?! Slat's and J R's Hysterical calls to KL — thanx CG — Sr Ball 
It- totally guys! Mom + Dad — ILU both! 

Linda A. Lee 
tknk you, Mom, Alison, Jodi + Rebecca for always being there for me. To my 
Vither-in-law Sgt. Fred Lake: I Love You and thanks for going to Saudi to keep us 
fl To the Adelphian's: you will always be in my heart, I LOVE YOU. 

Kelly Anti Leqendre 
^SSELL TOWERS — B6 THE GUYS AT 111 + 167 MYRTLE AND 124 NORTH. 
JiTHE LATE NIGHTS THAT I NEVER SAW. B619 3-3AM SHAVING CREAM 
H'.HTS AND THE WALL OF SHAME. BEER PONG AND THE FRIG. AND OF 
WRSE TO LORI, MY BEST FRIEND. 

John /•'. Lena 
1 mtever happens during our lifetime is meant to be . . . 

Michelle Leo 
I l future becomes the present, the present becomes the past, and the past turns 
i') everlasting regret if you don't plan for it! 

Richard Wiitinc Leieis 
1'AT'S NEXT? COLORADO! SNOWST, DON'T TOUCH THE RADIO! 7:AM 
1)HTIME! JULIE BOO!OR GP OR PMS? TH MONDAY MOVIE? BCPUB? NO! 
•'RELAX! DDJOG? PEACE LOVE MUSIC LIVE ON HIPPIE CHIC! THANKS 
i M + DAD, NANA + PUPPA IT'S HALF YOURS! 1)1 TOO! LOYEYAiWAX 

Michelle A. Lomba rdo 



THANKS MOM + DAD + C + E — NEVER COULD HAVE MADE IT WITHOUT 
YOU. STEVE — THANKYOU FOR STANDING BY ME THRU IT ALL! TO MY 
FRIENDS — I WISH YOU LUCK— I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER THE GOOD 
TIMES — LIFE IN SHOEBOX W/J. SHOPPING — CANCUN ALLNIGHTERS . . . 

Brenda Marie Long 
If endings symbolize beginnings, then why are goodbyes harder to say than hello 
. . . For Courtney: live, laugh, and love . . . Gage Street. Slats and Scarlet O'Haras — 
some of the best times I will never forget, and yet never remember. 

Gina Marie Longo 
Carpe Diem — Seize the day — DPS 

Eric Lopez 
Say No to Peach! The shower of 88. Jamaica — Datona 90 w/ the girls. Cancun 
91w/LM + KP. Spreedays. Graceful falls. Fun at Jimmy B. Goodtimes w/ LM, MS, 
KD, MA, LP in the TH. WOW! Stop searching forever, happiness is just next to you. 

Debra Anne Lundgren 
This unfortunate ending is only the beginning. Our college days were filled with 
good times. They were filled with stressful times. They were days of wisdom. They 
were days of foolishness. But most of all they are days to hold onto. These mem- 
orable college days leave us with success waiting before us and nothing behind us 
but fond memories. Good Luck Class of 91 

Judith A. Lundy 
Best Memories: Winter Carnival, Love Dogs (Weston, Ratt Halloween gigs), The 
Bear's wristing Gutrocker w/ Tim, film w/ Rich, Monoosnock and Rock Horror. 
Thanks to my family and Tammy for getting me through it all. 

Jeffrey N. MacLean 
THANK YOU MOM AND DAD IF IT WEREN'T FOR YOU I WOULD NEVER BE 
WHERE I AM NOW I LOVE YOU VERY MUCH, ALSO THANK YOU TO A MAN 
WHO TOLD ME TO BE A DOER INSTEAD OF A TALKER IN LIFE. 

Mark Edward Magiera 
This is the only line that is appropriate — "What a long strange trip it's been" — 
Robert Hunter and the Dead 

Christopher J. Magnussen 
9/7/87 — DB — Lazy Sundays w/ Van and the globe. 82 Myrtle shindigs. MV — MY 
psychologist. TH 208 — What a year girls: Dishdutv, the blue puke punch, RWA, All 
Set! Thanks M + D. 

Michelle A. Moloney 
Listen for the footsteps down the hall, follow the tracks but stop to the stall; on the 
way keep in mind this hint: stop and make sure that it is your print. Lisa 1991 

Lisa Marie Mann 
FSC REMINDERS: CLUB CHEWS AT 94 MYRTLE AVE. SPREE DAY 89,90,91. 
WNDC AT HIGHLAND, SHAT IN A CUP. THE WINTER BEATERS RABBIT, 
NOVA, AUDI. GOLFING WITH FUBARS AND GAGE. ALL THESE TIMES WILL 
NEVER BE FORGOTTEN. THANX MOM AND DAD LATA 

Ronald P. Manning 
ALL I HAVE TO SAY IS "PARTY ON" AND GOODLUCK TO ALL OF MY 
FRIENDS 

Leo D. Marquis 
KEV I LOVE YOU! MAINE WEEKENDS. MEEP WHAT MONEY CANCELLED 
AGAIN? STUDYING IN THE COMMUTERS CAFE! KNOTS LANDING! IT'S A 
LONG RIDE TO CANADA. DAD — THANX FOR ALL YOUR SUPPORT — LOVE. 
I WOULDN'T HAVE MADE IT WITHOUT YOU! LOVE A DMMJMGG 

Jacqueline J. Matheivs 
I'M ALL JAMMED UP! IT'S B.F.O. TIME. RB'S RULE — CSMF — FUBAR PAR- 
TIES GOLF GAGE II SLAT 'S+JR'S. CHEERLEADING — 89AND90. SIGMA 
THETA TAU. TO MY ROMMIES — TT, CC, PD, JL, TM — I LOVE YOU MOM AND 
DAD! 

Tracey Ann Maziarz 
FOR THE MANY GOOD TIMES WE HAVE SHARED I'LL NEVER FORGET: 
TH206— 104 — DL, MS, MA, KD + LA. JAMAICA + FLORIDA 90'. CANCUN91' W/ 
DL + KP. ROAD TRIPS W/DL! THANKS MOM + DAD. THESE WORDS MAY 
FADE BUT OUR MEMORIES ARE FOREVER. . . 

Laurie Jean Maidrand 
Thanks NEASYLONS! Sisters of Phi Omega Psi, We are the best! I Love You Norm! 
Four years of this, and our education is just beginning. . . "So dawn goes down to 
day, nothing gold can stay" RF THANKS MOM AND DAD!! 

Maura K. McCarthy 
GOOBS, SPORTS, GO WHALERS, Mt. SNOW, LAKE GEORGE N.Y., SPRING- 
STEEN 

Michael MrCrystut 
It was fun I'll never forget the good times we all had Hope to keep in touch I'll be at 
NASA HA HA Good luck to all my friends. Thanks again Mom and Dad 

Steven M. McKctm 
Special thanks to my family and Greg for helping me through the tough times. I will 
especially miss AD, VG, PD, JL, KF, and all of TH108. 

Julie A. MeXu mil en 

THANK YOU MOM AND DAD. I'M SURE I WILL PAY YOU BACK IN THE 
NEAR FUTURE. JUST THINK, NOW YOU CAN GET SOME ROOM AND HOARD 
OFF ME! I LOVE YOU BOTH AND I'M GLAD TO HAVE YOU AS PARENTS. 
LOVE ALWAYS AND FOREVER LAURI 

Lauri McTt agui 
The time I have spent here at Fitchburg State has definitely been the best years of 
my life. It is impossible to put into words the fun that I've bad. I have made lifelong 
friends and memories that will last forever. 

Luri McWill in in: 
These are the times to remember . . . Fresh + Soph year — best times ever. Philos — 
I love you girls. Thank you Sheron for being my best friend. Daytona? Eddie — you 
have given me so much! Love ya! Dozer Friends — Kp in touch Thanx Mom + Dad 

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MY THANKS TO FSC FOR 4 GREAT YEARS OF CROSS COUNTRY, FRIENDS, 
AND CLASSES. I JOURNEY INTO THE WORLD WITH THE SKILLS TO SUR- 
VIVE AND THE DRIVE TO SUCCEED. A SPECIAL THANKS TO MY MOM AND 
DAD FOR THEIR CEASELESS LOVE AND SUPPORT. 

Mark Middlen 
Al, To the best roommate! Thanks! Jodi, good luck hun. Mar, Matti, Kath, and all 
the Strobers, I'll miss you! Lori, Here is to the way it was, Good luck. Lisa, We made 
it! Thanks Ma, Dad, and Pam. Bye FSC 

Hariklia N. Minis 
MIZ Thankyou Mom and Dad. FSCfootball, 102Da THe CC, Bf, JT, TG, TC, KL. JP, 
ML, CH, FD, MM, *TS, WXPL91.3, RH 

Christopher Misuraca 
TO DAVE: 3 LETTERS TO 603: SICK EMPTIES THANKS TO BENNIGANS, FLA. 
FSC BASEBALL AND AWESOME ROOMATES. I HOPE TO FORGET REGIS- 
TRATION. SPECIAL THANKS TO MOM AND DAD. I COULDN'T HAVE DONE 
IT WITHOUT YOU. NAG, HOWS YOUR PHONE BILL? 

Ryan Thomas Mitchell 
Good times w/ good friends: JP DC BB CC CV JM LB LM MD SG SD. NSG '91. Field 
hockey '88. TKXVI3.6.88. TH303&403. Bitchboard, broken glasses, clam,-atty, ' 
Puddles, deputy. Thanx to the sisters of Tokalon. I luv u Mom&Dad&KM&SM. JP 
you are a true friend. 

Christina Anne Moore 

RBsl-22, C1ICK, the hill, $5-each#28, seeds, 24 con, handshake, Road trips, moving 

. cars, Steep hills, BRUINS, MEM W/T. 110, KEGRACE, ELMO, VOGUE, CANCUN, 

U DON'T OWN ME, A.M. WALKS, MYTOY, NO, L-HALL, STRAIT UP, 7TH 

PUNCH, THANKS MOM + DAD, RB's 4-EVA. 

Wendy Moriarty 
BEST OF TIMES WITH BR JH SO + EH. SCOOPING AT NARCISSUS. ROAD 
TRIPS TO BRYANT COLLEGE. HAMPTON BEACH '90. DAIQUIRI NIGHT. 
GOOD TIMES WITH THE FACILITIES CREW BYE TO THE SMALL PACKAGE 
-HEY HONEY! 

John A. Morgan 

THE ELEVATOR SPREE DAY88 KEV N THE ROCKTRUE LOVE SPEEDAY AT 

PSCHOS B5CREW KCGSGCRSPLOGFIG WALL OF SHAME TRH401 PUNCH 

PARTIES ADKCJWJAY TH206 KEV'S MIDNIGHT RUN WHAT ARE YOU 

■ DOING TONIGHT SLATS JR'S?? THANKS MOM AND DAD. 

Michael Morris 

Killer — Road Kill RA OL RA Council Yearbook Outing Club SADD Deck the Halls 

1 + 2 First Response "Meetings, Meetings, Meetings" TH205 Scoopin' "When did he 

I leave?" "What time did you come home?" SLATS JR's Tons of fun! Love Ya 

Mom + Dad. 

Donna J. Morrissette 

Tell me everything! Some people say we look like sisters. I just can't get past it. I'd 

I stop the world and melt with you JAMAL RULES! SHE'S HEINES. YOU TRAMP, 

i TROLLUP, BRASEN HUSSY, SWEETNESS. I'M GETTING SILLY. BOINK! 

CHRISSY SUE 

Kathleen D. Morrissey 
COED NAKED TWISTER — SKIN TO SKIN IT'S NOT A SIN! 

Brian E. Munier 
Those who can, teach those who can't go into some other form of less significant 
v work! I did it! Thanks to my friends and family! BC-FF remember, Brit & Amanda 
< pza, 8-15-88-dr 12-25-88-NH? 12-31-89 — ditch MG MC BG GF COH RP 

Cheryl Marie Murray 
I just want to say is to be yourself. Be a real person and the world will like you 
better. Also I want to thank everyone who helped me start Sigma Tau Gamma 
Fraternity. It was hard work but a very big accomplishment in college. 

John Robert Mustascio 

I MB! SST98 VIN ALLTHE GIRLSLUVU BURBANK GUS111 LATENITES 

i WCFFSTHE CAPE! WORCEST24CONG UPUP! YOU DON'TOWNME PUNCH 

1 PARTY KRACE TOWEL PARTY PHIL STMANASST #77 CYACHAQUITA, 

BARE! GRADUATE — YES GOODTIMES W/ FUBARS THANKS MOM + DAD 

LOVE YOU! 

Mary E. O'Brien 
"IF GOOD ALE AND MERRIMENT BE FAULTS MAY GOD HAVE MERCY ON 
THE WICKED." 

Victor Occhialini 

Thanks Mom + Dad for everything. I couldn't have done it without you! Thanks 

FSC for all the memories. The NEASYLONS, The Alliance, "The Mase" I'm going 

to miss all the good friends I've made at school. MB, POOPSIE, PE, KH, MM, 

! MA + REEN and all my old roomies. I hope we always keep in touch. 

Lori O'Donnell 

The info CenterRules! DPW BosRule Shout G-Lobby Reviewing stand Hey Honey! 

Nice, Nice, Nice Sully Steampipes Bananas in the chicken saladHades ATV Lady 

The Bad Boys Bigone Gatelock 12what kind a bread the modsquad RememberAU 

J Bye 

Scott F. Olsen 
i Good times with Gail, Kathy, Laura, Linda, Juls, and Juds. BR8-Russell Towers. 
The parties, Slatts, JR's, etc . . . Special times with Dave. I.L.F. 3/28/90. To all the 
I guys at 110 — I'll miss you! You too, Kraig! These were the best of times. 

Lorrie K. O'Mahony 

'- SECRETS KEPT + KNOWLEDGE STORED IN THE DEPTHSOF MY MIND. TO 

THE GIRLS AT 21 PACIFIC: CHRIS, HEATH, KATH — IF THE WALLS COULD 

TALK. GOOD LUCKCRAIG! KEV, WHAT CAN I SAY GOTTA RUN! TIME AND 

THE HOUR RUNS THROUGH THE ROUGHEST DAY. MB 

Sheila M. O'Mahony 
13 Norcross Terrace MaryBeth Butch Roger Brad And Dave Gage ST the Mazda- 
rati golf party I&II Big Screen Robinson 2/14/87 Greg Fred?? Guys at thirty Love 
' Dogs Thanks to mv family the six J's Blue Fishin Come Home Bill H Bye. 

Justin R. rail,, 
FRESHMANYR 11THFLR STUDY BREAKS MMDHLJ SPREE DAYS 
PATTY + TIMMY CAPE COD 88'89 TH102 SLATS JR'S PARTNERS MENTAL 
HEALTH DAYS 3291KEG102 BRUNCH IT'S A RARE SPECIAL THING TO FIND 
A FRIEND WHO WILL REMAIN A FRIEND FOREVER KR .IS JM. 

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I want to thank my mother and father for their encouragement and support for all 
they have done me I Love You both. 

Christine Piretti 
I'll cherish the good times always TH206 + 104 — MA KD LM MS DL FLORIDAX2 
JAMAICA 90 NUDE BEACH LATE TH603 SINGING KR + EG RAUGHS + FUN 
Alaways look toward the future but never forget the past THANKS MOM AND 
DAD. 

Laurieanne Pizzano 
CMGDDCWJMMACVCC, PUddles, Dozer, DELTA PHI DELTA SP88, GAGE, 
Roommates, Batman, Dee + Joe, 9-22-90, Tobey, M + D, CF, Clam, G-Lobby 
Chuckles, Bart, I hate Pat Sajak, Scrabble, Thunder, Things will get better. Thanks 
Christina. 

Julianne Pond 
DAD & MOM, I LOVE YOU, BUT MOST IMPORTANTLY, I LIKE YOU TOO. 
THANK YOU FOR EVERYTHING. 

Maryanne Elizabeth Posivak 
The future holds for us a challenge which we now face with new awareness. — 
THANKS LEE! 

Dorothy M. Preston-Richard 
TAKE PEOPLE FOR WHO THEY ARE, NOT WHAT THEY ARE. 

Sean D. Riley 
In the past 4 years, I have gained the knowledge I need to be a dedicated teacher. I 
am proud to be a graduate of FSC. 

Lisa Margaret Roberge 
DO I REALLY WANT TO GO TO CLASS? 

James M. Roche 
I LABORED LONG HOURS AND MADE NUMEROUS SACRIFICES. BUT 
STILL I SUCCEEDED. I COULDN'T HAVE DONE IT WITHOUT YOU MOM AND 
DAD AND ESPECIALLY SAM TO PULL ME THRU. THANKS FOR BEING 
THERE WHEN I NEEDED YOU MOST. 

Christina L. Romano 
You only live life once, but if you do it right once is all you need! 

Mark D. Roy 
WHAT GOES AROUND COMES AROUND. EASY BUDDY! HE'S ONLY HUMAN. 
WHERE'S THERE'S A KEGGER THERE'S CRAIGER! I'M OUT OF MY 
NIPPERS LIFE IS GOOD JAMAL DUDE SHE'S A TRAMP, TROLUP, BRASEN 
HUSSY BONKER BEANS GIVE HIM A CHALLENGE KITTY I'M GETTING 
SILLY 

Christine S. Rupprecht 
Thank you to my family and friends, especially Richard, mom, and, dad for all of 
your help and support over the last four years (and all of my life!) I couldn't have 
done it without all of you. Good Luck, Class of 1991! 

Tina L. Russell 
FOR ALL THE GOOD TIMES — AF, ML, CC, CM, MC, MM, NT — JTHE MEM- 
ORIES LIVE ON — FLA — NICE HAIR? THE STRAW THAT ... AIM — 4 LONG 
YRS — THANX 4 PUTTING UP W/ME! GOOD LUCK NEXT YR ML — TBL? NAH 
4TH FL ACCT BUDS! LUV YA M&D 

Kerry Ann Ryan 
WE'RE ALL SET! TH208, WHM&BT, SWACKAS, LUZA'S, GUMDROPMEN, 
JELLO — SHOTS, NUBBLE LIGHT, DESIGNATING WOMEN DUMSTER 
HUNTING! RICH WINNER BEANTOWN 901b WONDER THANKS FOR ALL 
THE LAUGHS! BRENDAN BEEHAN'S PUB THANKS MOM&DAD! WE'RE ALL 
DONE! 

Linda H. Ryan 
WELL, TIME TO FACE THE REAL WORLD! TO ALL MY FRIENDS STILL IN 
SCHOOL, I'LL LET YOU KNOW HOW IT IS OUT HERE! NONUCKES, NO FUR, 
SAVE THE WHALES, UP THE IRONS, SAVE THE RAIN FOREST, METAL 
RULES, BUCKLE UP, SEE YA! 

Jason Sacramone 
THERE HAVE BEEN MANY SPECIAL MEMORIES MADE DURING MY 
YEARS AT FSC. I THANK MY FAMILY FOR THE SUPPORT AND LOVE. I'VE 
HAD WONDERFUL TEACHERS WHOM I'LL NEVER FORGET! MR C 
3SEMESTERS WENT BY TOO FAST. RIS, JO, 146, IT'S BEEN FUN! 

Anita M. Salmu 
Thanks Mom and Dad! To my brothers of Sigma Tau Gamma: Being a member of 
this national fraternity has been a blast. I'll never forget the great times we all had. 
The good times will never end because it's Sig Tau for life! 

David ./. San/cnt 
15 W00-WOOS! 4 YEARS ISN'T LONG ENOUGH! BC — I'M GOING TO MISS YOU! 
DD ML JC JC MP, YOU'RE THE BEST! ALWAYS REMEMBER AND NEVER 
FORGET— EVERYTHING! MOM AND HEIDI — THANK YOU!! MM 
THANKS FOR BELIEVING IN ME! THE ONLY PLACE TO GO NOW IS UP! 

Kristen Lynn Schumaker 
SPECIAL THANKS TO MY FAMILY! WITHOUT YOU I DON'T KNOW WHERE 
I'D BE. THANKS! 

Kimberly Scoti 
I'm late! Bald is beautiful Say no to B.H. That stuff makes me crazy! EA88, skiing 
w/Lua, Nil, the Cape, Jamica20. DaytonalH), III. TllJor,, mi Roommates: Best 
Friends I've ever had! Hi Deb, Al, Jan. Thanks Mum t Dad only 4 more to go, I luv u! 

Melinda Kathleen Shin. ion 
THANX 4 THE MEMORIES: TH603&102, KEV, #T1. NAG, LIPS, JAZZ, 
LACSDSMSL GKDDWX2, FSCBASKBALL. >t\. FLA. FAI.CONM AN. .12000, 1X6 

ICEBOX. UMASS, RW&H. SLATS. JR.* TWEEDS \\ S> K MA ENOUGH 

SAID THERE "WOW" "JUST KIDN" SUCCESS & $! THANK MOM&DAD! 

I )n i al < 'I, ristopher Sh ilaU 
One shall never forget those close to their HEART MKCBLMCIMD Love Ya. 

Kelly A a ii Shi an ick 
All I want to say is that it has been great getting to know so many people from all 
over the state and other places. Also. I want to thank everybody who helped me get 
through the last tour yeat . e penally my mom and dad. 

Steven Douglas Shippe< 






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John F. Lens 



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Linda A. Lee 

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Michelle Leo 



Richard W. Lewis 



Kelly Ann Legend™ 

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Chelsea Limoncelli 

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Andrea M. Lombardi 



Michelle A. Lombardo 

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Richard 
Lombardozzi Jr. 

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Lawrence R. Long 



Michelle Anne Long 

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Gina Longo 



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Michael Patrick 
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Laurie Maidrand 

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Bonnie MacNeil 

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Maureen C. MacPhee 

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Mark Edward 
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Thanx Mom + Dad cdnthvmdeitw/ ouNo Io Ti Amo. Grazie Per Tutto. Tu sei il Tutto 
per me. My BF4eva! F4Life DG+ECRem GTATRT-H20 + SCFIGHTS! DG — 
whodoulve? EBO — Whothehe? Ru? Who Knew Pranx Britny SpreDy! Chris — 
Douhavaclu? Idont! Monoosnoc — CM&JS ILY 

Amy Sicurella 

"GOD GRANT ME THE SERENITY TO ACCEPT THE THINGS I CANNOT 
CHANGE, THE COURAGE TO CHANGE THE THINGS I CAN AND THE WIS- 
DOM TO KNOW THE DIFFERENCE." 

Lisa Clare Smith 

Just call me DOCTOR 

Stephen Speck 

Thanks Mom and Dad for helping me through the past four years couldn't have 
done it without you. Memories; Freshman year, winter carnival, LOVE DOGS, 
Spree Day, most of all time spent with good friends Hope we remain forever young. 

Tammy E. Spenard 

THANX: MOM AND DAD AND THE WHOLE STAAK CLAN! I LOVE YOU 
BERN! GOODBYE TO ALL OF THE FRIENDS I HAVE MADE HERE AT FSC- • 
4th FLOOR CHICKS, TH LIVING, FELLOW PSYCH MAJORS, SGA, LOVE TO 
ALL THE FRIENDS I HAVE MADE THROUGH THE YEARS!! 

Elizabeth J. Staak 
I B5: Kev, MD, Gige, log, Fig, Pipin + Psycho. El's mobTobins — BeerPong 24 Con- 
gress "WhatDamage? "B502-3 Alarm Clock-O. Kev "wine glass in fireplace!" Zeus 
vs. Barrel see photo's. Carbo lives" Wall of shame! Paul nice suit! FSC Thanx for? 

George D. Stamulis 
SD, JM, KF, (Beak, Oprah, Mouth) — DBuddies — JV, KQ, 2E — Roommate Torture! 
AClock "You!!!" CapM's-2N — W&PFights" "NiceLid — RightPal, Savelt!" 
Jiffypop Whiteface BibClub spelunking "RedRover, RedRover, Send Him & His 
Nose Right Over!" "BJ 31?" X + nee — CD's Rumors!! 

Kimberly Louise Stark 

Special thanks to all my friends at FSC The past 4 years have passed so quickly. I'll 
cherish the memories!! Thanks Mom! I Love You! 

Eileen Stets 

I CHEERING 87, 88, 89, W/BB, DB, CE, KS, LC, CB — SMU WIN 89! BEST OF TIMES 
W/ BB & DB. TIMES W ML, FLA 89, 38 GREEN. SLATS, JR'S, CLUB BOSTON & 
COUNTLESS MEMORIES W/ MA, JA, LO, JF, CB, LC, RA — ILYG! DAYTONA 91 

I W/ MA, LO, CB, LC, JL, ECTTHANX M&D, I LOVE YOU! 

Susan Elizabeth Stewart 

Krissy — K.F. Thanks for everything we had great times. Bahamas was fun. 
K.S. + A.K. + B.M. Good Luck and remember study hard. (HA). B.B. a very special 
I person. 143! S.T. — best friends. Thanks mom and dad I love you! 

Kristen Marie Stowe 

. . . until we meet again, may God hold you in the palm of his hand ... To my friends 
— VJ, Kel, Erin, "markless", Lauriann, Laura, Okie, PS, SH, SP — THANKS FOR 
THE MEMORIES! PJG — 8/19/90 All my love to my family Congrats K + J Hamilton 
i GOODBYEFSC 

Sheila M. Strong 
One journey's travel has come to pass it carries memories which will forever last 
Thanks for all your love, support and lessons, MM., BG., K.G., M.L., T. + J.D. Never 
forget — L.G., M + M Chairs, Dr. G and smile. 

Jennifer A. Stys 
THANKS MOM + DAD SIGMAALPHADELTA ILOVEYOUSANDY, THANK 
YOU FOR BEING A FRIEND KATWOMAN MARTY MASTER MOEMOE 
GIGGLES & CHUCKLES KATY, IM GRADUATION FOR BOTH OF US I 
LOVEYOU FOOMMATES — KIM, YOU PROMISED ONCEA MONTHE VISITS 
MAY THE ROAD RISE TO GREET YOU. 

Patricia A. Swales 
FRESHMAN YR 5TH FUNERALHOME SPREEDAY TH703&102 10FOR10 
SLATS JRS "I HAVE $" MENTAL HEALTH DAYS KEGIN1023291 BRUNCH 
SRBALLS WKENDS IN NB — THANKS CWA DEPTH OF FRIENDSHIP DOES'T 
DEPEND ON LENGTH OF ACQUAINTANCE LP KR JR CS BC PM JM CD 

Jennifer A. Sullivan 
I want to give lotsof credit to my advisor, Dr. Tabor who promised me that I would 
be out of school in fouryears. This has cometrue with the help of others in the 
Industrial Science Dept. I want to thank the people at Daka for their kindness and 
support 

Laura J. Taylor 

i GOODBYE IS NOT AN ENDING FOR YOU'LL FIND ALONG LIFE'S WAY, 

WITHIN YOUR HEART YOU'LL ALWAYS HAVE A PART OF YESTERDAY. 

THANKS MOM + DAD, THANKS TO FRIENDS AT HOME AND AT FSC — 

YOU'RE GREAT FRIENDS. ESPECIALLY THANKS TO CHRIS — 143. 

Christine Temple 
LIFE IS ETERNALL. LOVE IS IMMORTAL. DEATH IS ONLY A HORIZON IS 
NOTHING, SAVE THE LIMIT OF OUR SIGHT. C. Simon *PILAMIYE. AKAN- 
TANKA* 

Christopher Todd Therrien 
GOOD LUCK CLASS OF 91', TO ALL THE ADELPHIANS, THANK YOU FOR 
THE GREAT TIMES, AND ALWAYS BEING THERE FOR ME. I'LL ALWAYS 
CHERISH IT. THANKS MOM, DAD, D,D,S, FOR ALL YOU ENCOURAGEMENT 
AND MONEY, THROUGHOUT SCHOOL. I LOVE YOU BILL! 

Sharon Linda Timberlake 
THANK YOU ROBERT. I LOVE YOU. 1/3/90. JOD AND LIA. THANKS FOR PUT- 
TING UP WITH ME! CAROLYN R.R. MISS YOU! LORI AND JEANNE — 
FRIENDLY'S/ CHANGES. STRESSING. KI/T ROSIE ROSIE. THANKS DAI), 
MOMM JEN, ANDY, TER, AND MOM, FINALLY!! 

Ali/sia E. Toland 



All the classic moments on, in and around Club Myrtle The Strobe. S. Barker's 
"Original Foot Whistle" Ann, the 28yr old, says, "HeyArsesoul!" Mike, Pat, 
Timmons — thanks for funding me — everyone else, for your attention and en- 
couragement. 

Susan M. Tracy 

Graphic Arts RB#5 Fubars Epsilon PI TAU Spree Day 88-89-90 BFO with the 
Queen Slats/Jr's Main skiing Spring Break 89-90 with T.M. — oh ya! J. Board — 
Peanutbutter sandwich? Who's Gouldy? Thanks — Mom and Dad "That's all Folks" 
— T.T. 

Tori Renee Trincia 
I WOULD LIKE TO THANK MY FAMILY AND FRIENDS FOR THEIR SUP- 
PORT. I WISH MY BEST TO THE CLASS OF 1991 AND WOULD LIKE TO LEAVE 
SAYING, "YOU CAN'T BEAT IGNORANCE WITH ARROGANCE." 

Stephen Michael Tulli 
Thank you mom&dad for your love&support. I couldn't have made it without you! 
1-4-3 "Little Mermaid" EPH 5-28. Special People: DW, KP, MM, SK, JD, KG. We're all 
set! H208, Dish Duty, There is no need ... I Really Did It! 

Michelle Marie Varnum 
DELTA PHI DELTA Sp'88: Scarrie: Memories with AL&DW; SLAT'S/ JR'S; DAY- 
TONA '90; How's your life?— RICH!; C5 BIMBOES; Brownies; Pool-Hustler; Swill- 
hounds; Scrabble; Color of the day; I'm glad I finally opened myeyes!!; Thank you 
Mom and Dad!! 

Carrie Ann Views 

I will never forget all the good times at F.S.C. (Tuesday nights, movies & brownies, 
and bedtime talks & games). Thanks Mom & Dad! 

Traci Vigeant 
GOODTIMES WITH CAROLYN, TIMA & KIM. SLATS AT 2:30? 11-1-90, FI- 
NALLY. HEY, JARHEAD! SURE, NURSING IS WORTH IT! CANCUN — YEAH! 
I'M A STATISTIC! WILL MISS YOU CHRIS & DEB. GOOD LUCK FSC NURSES, 
WE MADE IT! TY FAMILY FOR SUPPORT — ILY MOM. 

Renee E. Waitekus 
Where has the time gone? To the girls at 21 Pacific: Thanks for all the special 
memories that will stay with me for a lifetime. (2-7-90) The start of something 
special. 

Christina M. Weldon 
I'm proud to recall that in no time at all with no other recourses but my own 
RESOURCES with firm application and determination: I made a fool of myself! 
Danny Kaye — The Court Jester 

Suzanne Waleen Werfelman 
This is F.S.C, How may I help you? Oh, the wait on the pool table is 3 hours! 
Schmim, Schmisa, Noodle and Clue, that was a great party last night. Yeess, THE 
Sooviieet!!! 

Kimberly Ann West 

Tony's Brownbagger Danielson!!! 128 Maple 

Carla Whitaker 
WE'RE ALL SET, TH208, C5BIMBOS, — BROWNIES, 146, RICH, DISH DUTY, 
WEEK3, DESIGNING WOMEN, IDON'T KNOW, C. ISLAND H.D. D2, SNUGGLIN, 
THANKS AMANDA, THANKS MOM + DAD, DAYTONA — CARRIE, MEM- 
ORIES WON'T BE FORGOTTEN DAVID ILU, WE'RE ALL DONE!!! 

Dawn Marie White 
It took me five years but I did it! Thanks to the support of my husband and my 
family. 

Mary Susan Wilborg 
THANX MOM & DAD LOVE YOU! IN 4YRS. LOVE YA T&S THANX! MM MM CC 
MG LW. THANX LG LOVE YA. THE COLLEGE INN. 186 PEARL ST. DC MV KP 
KD. TH 603 I HAD FUN. SLATS RAT. DS THANKS FOR EVRATHIN! ONLY 
KIDDIN. 10-6-90. ANNYA SHUT IT GL XOXO 

Donna Marie Williamson 
Thank you Mom + Dad for all the love + support you've given me over the years I 
couldn't have done it without you, I love you! Another degree! Joe thank you for 
making things so much happier for me. TMP — GIRL 

Nancy Jane Wilson 

A SMILE IS THE ONLY CURVE THAT CAN STRAIGHTEN THINGS OUT! 
CHEERING 88-91 THANKS TO ACHLCTKH DC — TEAM TEACHIN? CA. W/AC 
TRACEY M. — YOU BROUGHT ME THROUGH ALL 4 YEARS. THANKS MOM 
DAD KAREN & TOM — I COULDN'T HAVE DONE IT W/OUT YOU ILY 

Kathryn M. Wittbrodt 
MY HEART GOES OUT TO ALL OF THE SOLDIERS OF OPERATION DES- 
ERTSHIELD. JAY SMITH — ILOVE YOU + HOPE YOU COME HOME SOON. 
ARMY-ROTC TAUGHT ME TO BE CONFIDENT + PROUD. THANK YOU TO 
ALL FOR YOUR SUPPORT! DMOM + DAD — ILOVE YOU! CHEM OBC 92 

Jennifer Murranne Worfolk 

143LMFLINDA THANK YOU LORD FOR MY BEAUTIFUL WIFE TO BE! 
LMYICOR13 JOHN3; 16THANX MOM AND DAD FOR ALL YOUR HELP! 
PROV22:6 ICH SKILAUGE DARUM ICH BIN K2RULES/ PLAKE RULES BE 
EXTREME ACTS16:30-31! OUTING CLUB IVCF TSCHUB FSC 

Timothy M. Yon ng 

I finally made it. I couldn't have done it without my friends and family. A special 
thanks to my best friend Tony. 

Kelly Aim I: mill 

#1 BASEBALL 3,2 SOULFOUL + SMOOTH, FLA '91' SECRET FANTASY 
"CHICS DIG US, + GUYS WANNA BE LIKE US!" PLAYIN' THE DOZEN VV7 
DAVE WINTERCARNIVAL W/FRANN. "DAD I'M A GENIUS! + MOM I'M 
HOME!" PERSONAL DAYS — WHAT CLASSES!? DLFTIME TO JET! RJK 

Philip Michael Fob </ 



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Jacqueline Mathews Tracey Ann Maziarz 



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Maura McCarthy 



Michael McCrystal 

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Kathleen A. 
McDonough 



Steven McKeon 

industrial tSdence 



William J. McCarty 

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Julie A. McNamara 




Lauri McTeague 



Lori McWilliams 



Paula Merageas 

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Stephanie F. Mercei 

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Mark H. Middlen 



Dean Miller 

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Roberta Miranda 



Hariklia N. Miras 

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Christopher Misuraca 



bcono/rucs. 



Ryan Mitchell 



Michelle Montgomery Christina Anne Moore 



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John A. Morgan 

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Kelly Moriarty 

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Wendy Moriarty 

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Michael Morris 




Donna Morrissette Kathleen Morrissey Thomas S. Morrissey Traci Lynne Mowder 



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SENIOR D 



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1 lu follow ing is a compiled 

Senior Class roster of all the 

l ndergraduate Daj Seniors of 
Fitchburg State College thai re- 
ceived a degree in Ma\ 1991. 
We. the Saxifrage Staff, have 
tried to complete this list as ac- 
curately as possible. Apologies 
to anyone whom we maj have 
missed. Special thanks to the 
Computer Center for their help. 
Good luck to the Class of 
1991! Ma\ you meet again some- 
da) and enjo\ happy memories 
of Fitchburg State College. 



Abate. Jennifer Leslie 

7 Hopkins Rd. Hopkinton. MA 01748 

Abbott. Heather Lee 

Townsend Rd. Grown. MA 01450 

\dam. Susan M 

6 Thorns William Way, Chelmsford. MA 01824 

Adams. Carl \V 

184 Hersom St. New Bedford. MA 02745 

Agresta. Innocenza 

- ; Jefferson St. Milford. MA 01757 

\hern. Paul Gregory 

181 Littleton Rd =344. Chelmsford. MA 01824 

\lbano. Craig C 

32 Lincoln Rd. Longmeadow. MA 01 106 

Anderson, Cynthia Lynn 

94 Garrison Rd. Chelmsford. MA 01824 

Anderson. Kathleen D 

A Pleasanldale Rd. Rutland. MA 01543 

Appel. Lisa M 

Thompson Pond Rd. Spencer. MA 01562 

\rchilla Jr. Miguel Angel 

PO Box 1501. S Lancaster. MA 01561 

\rpin. Joanne Mar\ 

■ Hill Rd. Westford. MA 01886 

\rsenault. Hollj \nn 

277 Beech St. Fitchburg. MA 01420 

\rulpragasam. Jega Amalend 

167 hland Rd. Lunenburg. MA 01462 

\ubtichon. Michelle Ann 

49 Aberdeen Dr. Scituatc. MA 02V/. 

kllger, Michael Leon 

* Boston Rd. Sturbridgc. MA 01566 

\ ustin. Jennifer M 

ml Rd »24. Westminster. MA 01473 








Babineau, Jacqueline Skeha 

PO Ho\ 4"3. Fitchburg. \1 \ 01420 

Bachmann, William Tolbert 

Box 133, Lunenburg. MA 01462 

Baer, Cynthia Ruth 

45 Auburn St. Clinton. MA 01510 

Baggio, Monica L 

POBo\ 7161. Fitchburg. MA 01420 

Baho, Jane Elizabeth 

409 Cathy St. Fitchburg. MA 01420 

Bail, Jennifer Elizabeth 

40 North St. Granby, MA 01033 

Baker, Timothy M 

1 1 Carter Rd. Foxborough, MA 02035 

Barber, Kimberly Anne 

598 Springs Way. Bedford. MA 1 730 

Barker, Susan Marie 

37 Autumn Ln. Waltham, MA 02154 

Barnett, Debra L 

419 E River St #208, Orange, MA 01364 

Barrett, Kelly Anne 

36 Cedar St. Lynn, MA 01905 

Barth, Gary Stephen 

8 Blake St. Beverly. MA 01915 

Barusso, Julie Austin 

150 Mt Pleasant Ave, Gloucester, MA 01930 

Basi, Ravinder Kaur 

6 Kinsley Rd, Acton, MA 01720 

Basile, James F 

37 Reo Rd, Maynard, MA 01754 

Basque, Suzanne Marie 

155 Rolling Acres Rd, Lunenburg, MA 01462 

Batchelder, Andrew King 

84 Bertwell Rd, Lexington, MA 02173 

Batchelor, Todd Andrew 

Crooks Rd, N Brookfield, MA 01535 

Batten, Kathleen 

107 Pollard St, N Billerica, MA 01862 

Beaton, Archie Christopher 

18 Fruit St. Ashland. MA 01721 

Beaudin, Lonn F 

42 Chestnut Ave. Auburn. MA 01501 

Beaudoin, Danielle Lee 

87 Highland St. Milford. MA 01757 

Beaulieu, Becky Jean 

36 Summer St. Fitchburg. MA 01420 

Belin, Michael William 

136 Beacon St. Hyde Park, MA 02136 

Bender, David S 

1 1 Lantern Ln, Norfolk, MA 02056 



Benham, Thomas James 

83 Strong St, Easthampton, MA 01027 

Benoit, Angela May 

35 Central Ave, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Benoit, Brenda A 

229 L8th Si Apt 204. Dracut, MA 01826 

Benoit, Julie Vickie 

420Holyoke Rd. Westfleld, MA 01085 

Benoit, Lesly 

300 Atlantic Ave, Leominster. MA 01453 

Bergeron, Denis Roland 

I 16 Memory Ln. Orange. MA 01364 

Bergeron, Shari Anne 

46 Old Leominster Rd, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Bergin, Linda Ann 

123 Myrtle Ave #3, Fitchburg. MA 01420 

Bernard, Suzanne Patrice 

59 Gardner St, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Bernstein, Edward Barnet 

12 Gardner St, Peabody, MA 01960 

Berry, Vickie L 

4 Sherwood Dr. Milford, MA 01757 

Berthiaume Tammy Ann 

190 Blossom St, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Bertocchi, William Michael 

10 Luke Rd, Everett, MA 02149 

Bertrand, Danielle M 

528 Washington Ave, Somerset, MA 02726 

Beverly, Lendale 

94 Academy Terr, Roxbury, MA 021 19 

Bianco, Frank Joseph 

42 Amble Rd, Chelmsford, MA 01824 

Bicchieri, Donna Louise 

136 Jewett St, Pepperell, MA 01463 

Bisceglia, Lora Lynn 

16 Fifth St, Leominster, MA 01453 

Bishop, Robert R 

53 Olive St, Newburyport, MA 01950 

Bissaillon, Gary M 

12 Orchard St, Adams, MA 01220 

Blake, Ronald James 

PO Box 89, Sterling, MA 01564 

Bobka, Joan Mary 

105 Rowley Hill Rd, Sterling, MA 01564 

Boisvert, Mary Beth 

82 Bennett St, Hudson, MA 01749 

Bolick, Matthew C 

Mill St Ext, Lancaster, MA 01523 

Bolton, Scott Alexander 

318 Boylston St, Lowell, MA 01852 

Bond, Kelly Ann, 

86 Epping St, Lowell, MA 01852 

Boudreau, Diana K 

407 Prospect St, Leominster, MA 01453 

Boudreau, Kenneth James 

13 Leominster St, Westminster. MA 0147.3 



Boulos, Sherif Shoukry 

SS7 South St, Walpole, MA 0208 1 

Bouthiette, Michelle Marie 

10 Richmond Ave. Milford, MA 01757 

Boutwell, Maria Cher 

75 Fitchburg Rd, Ashburnham, MA 01430 

Bracci, Donald C 

2 Maplewood Dr, Wilbraham, MA 01095 

Braxton, David Terrill 

23 Moraine St, Brockton, MA 02401 

Brebner, Gail A 

14 Dearborn Rd, Burlington, MA 01803 

Brennan, Kimberly Ann 

4 Rocky Hill Rd, Burlington, MA 01803 

Bresett, Bonnie J 

24 Fisk St, Adams, MA 01220 

Bridge, Ellen Pierce 

P O Box 412 250 Lakeshore Dr, Ashburnham 
01430 

Brohel, Mary B 

18 E Greenwood St, Amesbury, MA 01913 

Brooks, Christine A 

59 Squannacook Rd, Shirley, MA 01464 

Brousseau, LynnMarie 

3 Atlas St, Worcester, MA 01604 

Brown, Deborah Cecile 

26 Corey Rd, Ashburnham, MA 01430 

Brown, Kyle Allan 

13 Leonard Dr, Southboro, MA 01772 

Brown, Wendy Mutchler 

1385 Main St, Leominster, MA 01453 

Brunelle, Brian Henry 

98 Paderewski St, Chicopee, MA 01013 

Buchanan, Kristine 

5 York St, Andover, MA 01X10 

Buckley, Robert S 

72 Marshall Ave, Lowell, MA 1 85 1 

Bugnolo, Dimitri Nicholas, 

16 Laurie Ln, Westminster, MA 01473 

Burnes, Allan J 

193 Appleton St, New Bedford, MA 02745 

Burton, Mary J 

27 Haskell St, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Bush, Buffy Anne 

42 Lincoln St, S Natick, MA 01760 

Bussiere, George R 

139 Mt Vernon St, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Butler, Darryl Shawn 

6 Drummer Rd Unit F5, Acton, MA 1 720 

Butler, Thomas James 

2 Farnham Rd, Georgetown, MA 01833 



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Cady, Margaret 

15 High St, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

,andee, Christine Marie 

8 Richardson St, Leominster, MA 01453 

'aponi, Mary Kate 

<i View St, Leominster, MA 01453 

Carbone, Christopher M 

9 William Rd, Billerica, MA 01866 

Carino, George Gordon 

(3 Central St, Wakefield, MA 01X80 

Carlow, Timothy E 

I Waldo St, Somerville, MA 02143 

Carlsen, Darrell Eugene 

Valeda Rd, Rehoboth, MA 02769 

Carlson, Kristine R 

15 Parkerville Rd, Chelmsford, MA 01824 

Carroll, James M 

121 Ferncroft Rd. Tewksbury, MA 01876 

Carroll, Meg Elizabeth 

Plymouth St, Middleboro, MA 02346 

;Caruso, Julie E 

111 Watertown St, Newton, MA 02160 

iCassidy Jr, James P 

'' Perkins St, Worcester, MA 01605 

Cavanaugh, Jason Patrick 

B Branch St, Clinton, MA 01510 

Cavanaugh, Kevin Paul 

12 Brook Cir, Hanover, MA 02339 

Cayer Jr, Robert H 

nardy St, Dunstable, MA 01827 

Celona, Stephen Lloyd 

» Theresa St. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

'hapman, Kevin 

' White St #3, Salem, MA 01970 

ihartrand, Lynn A 

Lamson Ave, Hudson, MA 01749 

liheries, Nadine Angela 

.'12 Turnpike Rd, Westminster, MA 01473 

tihesler, Beth Allison 

jiQueens Cir. Sharon, MA 02067 

I'hevalier, Robin E 

' Sylvan Ave, Chelmsford, MA 01824 

Bhristoffels, Mark R 

M6 North St, Tewksbury, MA 01876 

Khuon, Leah Elizabeth 

Almoin Cn. Westford, MA 01886 

ffiuwa, Susan Annette 

'!0 Main St Apt 502, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

imminello, Sue-Ann 

Michael St, Norwalk, CT 06854 

lark, Kimberly Ann 

ITalcoti Ave, W Springfield, MA 01089 

Mark, Robert W 

X> Reservoir St. N Attleboro. MA 02760 

'lifford, Lynn A 

Becchwood Dr. Rutland. MA 01543 



Clonan, Judith A 

66 Phillips St, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Codding, Edward A 

85 Maple wood Ave, Pittsfield, MA 01 20 1 

Colaninno, Annmarie 

82 Zabrosky Ave, Stoughton, MA 02072 

Colebourn, Kenneth J 

295 Forest St, Rockland, MA 02370 

Collins, Joanne Louise 

14 Shandel Dr, Tewksbury, MA 01876 

Conley, Jodi Lynn 

30 Iliad St, Leominster, MA 01453 

Conley, Matthew T 

30 Iliad St, Leominster, MA 01453 

Connolly, Kathleen Ann 

33 Grant St, Lynn, MA 01902 

Contois, Jodi Lynn 

317 River Rd. Deerfield. MA 01342 

Contois, Pauline Ann 

358 Princeton Rd. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Coon, Regina Faye 

4 1 1 G Davao Cir, Ft Devens, MA 1433 

Coppola, Charlene Ann 

190 High St Apt 109, Medford, MA 02 1 55 

Corey, John H 

237 Cross Rd, Lunenburg, MA 01462 

Cormier, Gail Ellen 

94 Glenwood St, Gardner, MA 01440 

Cornaechia, Thomas Anthony 

16 Orchard St, Leominster, MA 01453 

Correia, Susan Lynne 

6 Holly Ave, Acushnet, MA 02743 

Correira, Jaileen Ann 

PO Box 2211, Taunton, MA 02780 

Corsac, Lynne M 

35 Royal Rd, Worcester, MA 01603 

Cosentino, David Lawrence 

PO Box 218, Billerica. MA 01821 

Cosner, Sharon Theresa 

7 Douglas Dr, Ayer, MA 01432 

Costello, Denise Michelle 

12 Cuba St, Watertown, MA 02172 

Cote, Donna M 

35B Mill St, Dracut. MA 01826 

Cote, Leslie Marie 

95 Southwick St. Fitchburg. MA 01420 

Cote, Lori Ann 

95 Southwick St, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Cotreau, Christopher P 

106 Bartlett Ave. Arlington. MA 02174 

Cotugno, Lee Ann 

22 Tower Brook Rd, Hingham, MA 02043 

Coughlin, Charles Edward 

18 Border St, Quincy, MA 02171 

Couillard, Sherri Lynn 

286 Elm St. Gardner. MA 01440 



Cournoyer, Donna Marie 

49 Hobson St, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Courtemanche, Michael A 

29 Autumn Dr. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Coyne, Elaine Theresa 

6340 Lankershim Blvd #257, North Hollywood, 
CA 91606 

Coyne, Paul Joseph 

6340 Lankershim Blvd #257, North Hollywood, 
CA 91606 

Critics, Jennifer Edith 

50 Blossom St Apt 3A. Fitchburg. MA 01420 

Crivell, Jean 

18 Harrison Rd, Canton. MA 0202 1 

Crocker, Carol 

200 Highland Ave. Fitchburg. MA 01420 

Croke, Stephen J 

40 Park Ave, Lowell, MA 01852 

Crooker, Michelle Ann 

169 Silver Lake Rd. Holhs. NH 03049 

Crowley, Joseph Paul 

15 Cleveland Ave, Everett, MA 02 149 

Crowley, Tobias J 

165 Beacon St. Clinton, MA 01510 

Cryan, Kerry Ann 

1 Dunstable Rd, Westford, MA 01886 

Cullen, Edward Thomas 

21 Quarry Ln. Milton, MA 02186 

Cummings, Janine M 

56 Holland Rd, Melrose, MA 02176 

Cunha, Pamela Ann, 

218 Warren St, Watertown, MA 02172 

Cunningham, Esther Mary 

9 Brookline St, Worcester, MA 01603 

Curran, Doreen F 

4 Oak Grove Rd, Randolph, MA 02368 

Curran, Kelly Anne 

8 Westminster Rd. Billerica, MA 01821 

Currie, Patricia A 

4 Jefferson Dr, S Walpole, MA 02071 

Curry, Stephen Dennis 

153 Ashby Rd, Ashbumham, MA 01430 

Curtis, Lisa J 

210 Park Rd, Chelmsford. MA 01824 




Dacey, Linda Marie 

1 Pine Tree Dr. Middleboro. MA 02346 

Dagoumas, Maria [Catherine 

797 Vamum Ave. Lowell. MA 01854 

Dalrymple, Michael Harris 

55 Lancaster Rd. Berlin. MA 01503 

Daly, Danielle M, 

849 Concord Pike. Arlington. MA 02174 



Dankelman, Sandra Lynn 

7951 Lincoln Ave, S Glens Falls, NY 12803 

Dantas, Kathleen Anne Loui 

28 Savoy St, Billerica. MA 01862 

Dantini, Mark J 

127 Old Farm Rd. Leominster, MA 01453 

Datillo, Matthew A 

7 Anglewood Ln, N Reading, MA 01864 

Dauphinais, Juliette M 

33 Fairview St, Hingham, MA 02043 

Davidian, Susan Avni 

6 Langdon Ave, Watertown, MA 02172 

Davis, Karen M 

17 Leroy Dr, Burlington, MA 01803 

Davis, Kelly Ann 

251 Prospect St, Lunenburg, MA 01462 

Davison, Jongalin W 

918 Sumner St. Stoughton, MA 02072 

Dawkins, Todd R, 

P.0 Box 258, W Boxford. MA 01885 

Dawson, Paul P 

121 Marmion Way. Rockport, MA 01966 

Dec, Theresa Arlene 

1 13 Quinapoxel Ln, Worcester, MA 01606 

Dee, Colleen Teresa 

85 Crooked Spring Rd, Chelmsford, MA 01863 

Dee, Pamela L 

288 Central St. Milford, MA 01757 

Deffley, Stephen Michael 

31 Saddleback HI Rd, Bellingham, MA 02019 

Delgiudice, Brian Paul 

265 Hill St, Leominster, MA 01453 

Dello Russo, Guy 

64 Lubec St. E Boston, MA 02128 

Delong, Julie Marie 

PO Box 185, Pepperell. MA 01463 

Demartino, John Charles 

60 Pacific St. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Denholm, Stuart D 

94 Candy Ln, Brockton, MA 02401 

Dennis, Linda M 

186 Liberty St. Otter River, MA 01436 

Derby, Lisa M 

295 Front St, Winchendon. MA 01475 

Desrochers, Christine Mari 

23 Oakland Rd. Pepperell. MA 01463 

Desrochers, Lynn Ellen 

29 Hillside Ave. Westford, MA 01886 

Devaney, Donna Marie 

i 790 Mass Ave Lot I-:. Lunenburg, MA 01462 

Dhimitri, Kristina Jean, 

42 Bakei St. Lynn, MA 01902 

DiFazio, Rachel Lee 

l93Topficld Rd. Ipswich, MA 01938 

DiRusso, Kenneth Vincent 

29 Craven Dr. Leominster. MA 01453 



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Dibona, ( tiristine \nn 

S K MA o:.5M 

Diburro, Dina-Lynne 

S New Si. Br drbrd, M \ v ;> 

Dicienzo, Christopher Char 

v... Braintrce, MA 02 184 

Diefendorf, Krysten Lynn 

MA 

Diperri, Charles D 

ston, MA 02124 

Dixon. Laura E 

• MA 01420 

Dolan, Julie Ann 

45 Summit Ave, Marlboro, MA 01752 

Donohue, Tracy A 

v Marshfield. MA 02050 

Doucet. Linda 

.man St. Gardner. MA 01440 

Doucette, Deanna L 

do St, Leominster, MA 01453 

Doucette. Jane Margaret 

RR : B^\ 2136, Rindge. NH 03461 

Dowd. Amy Lynn 

120 Acushnet Rd. Mattapoisett. MA 02739 

Drinczyk, Doroth] D 

.c Fitchburg. MA 01420 

Drouin. Cindy Edith 

a St. SRoyalston. MA01331 

Dube. Michelle \ 

10 Eden St, Salem. MA 01970 

Dube. Robert Bruce 

S t #13, Pepperell, MA 01463 

Dube. Ruth E 

-hua St. Leominster. MA 01453 

Dube. Scott Louis 

. : \ R:-.c-r Dr. Danvers. MA 01923 

Ducharme Patricia A 

8 Rogers Rd. N Chelmsford. MA 01863 

Dudley, Jennifer Marie 

1 Espie V..-. Maynard, MA 01754 

Dudley, Michelle R 

18 Spring Terr. Shrewsbury. MA 01545 

Duffy, Michael Thomas 

14 Cherry St. Leominster. MA 01453 

Duggan, Patricia Lynn 

HOC- ' rlboro, MA 01752 

Dumas. Philip Patrick 

8 Alpha Rd. Grovcland. MA 01834 

Dunford. Jeffrey A 

•Burlington. MA 01803 

Dunn. Diane M 

- :im St. Fitchburg. MA 01420 

Dunn. Gordon Smith 

16 Grandvicw Ave. Barrc. VT 0564 1 

Dunphy, Carolyn Marie 

kd. Abington. MA 0235 1 



Dupill, \ alerie Marie 

27 WinthropSt, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Durrick, Prank Joseph 

24 James St. Plainville, MA 02762 

Dwelly, Christopher J 

South St. Barre, \1 \ 01005 

Dwyer, Stephen David 

66 Chesterfield Rd. Northborough, MA 01532 

Dwyer, Suzanne Yedella 

4 Grampian \V.i\ . Weymouth, MA 02188 




Ebanks, Celia Karmit 

Bo\ 550. Grand Cayman Is. 00092 

Eberhard, Crystal Jean 

19 Cross St. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Edwards, David Bayard 

120 Myrtle Ave. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Edwards, Pamela Marie 

88 Pine Valley Dr. Dracut, MA 01826 

Egan, Patricia Kelly 

3 Knightland Rd. Atkinson, NH 038 1 1 

Eisenhaure, Bradford Pierc 

162 Haverhill St, N Reading, MA 01864 

Elias, Lisa Marie 

190 Rosemary Dr. Springfield, MA 01 1 19 

Elliott, James Timothy 

82 Northridge Rd. Beverly, MA 01915 

Everett, Jeffrey Paul 

1 18 Hollis St #C. Groton, MA 01450 

Ewing, Heather Ann 

1 16 Conant St. Gardner, MA 01440 

Ewing, Wendy Jean, 

1 16 Conant St, Gardner, MA 01440 




Eaber, Robyn Sue 

46 Gertrude Ave, Lowell, MA 1 85 1 

Farrell, Joanne K 

36 Wachusett St, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Farrell, Matthew James 

2 Lyme Ave, Tyngsboro. MA 01879 

Filosi, Scott R 

24 Joseph St. Medford, MA 02155 

Finch, Hope I 

50 Robbiri I Rd. Winchendon, MA 01475 

Finneral, Kevin Michael 

41 CidaliaDr, Lowell, MAO 1 854 

Finnertv, Kelly Lynn 

Grove Ave Somerset, MA 02726 



Firmes, James R 

14 Boston 1>i. Shrewsbury, MA 01545 

Fisher, Bruno James 

SS Goodale St, Athol, MA 1 33 1 
Fitzgerald, John Kennedy 

16 Birchwood Rd, Rutland. MA 01543 

Fitzgerald, Kelly Noal 

1 14 McCarthy Ave. Cherry Valley. MA 0161 1 

Fitzgibbons, Raymond J 

31 Chestnut Hill Rd. S Hadley. MA 01075 

Flagg, Joanne 

40 Holden St. Holden, MA 01520 

Flaherty, Michael Brian 

82 Day St, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Fleury Jr, Roger Wilmer 

19 Theodore St, Chicopee, MA 01013 

Florio, Maureen 

19 Gardner St. Wallham, MA 02154 

Flynn, Jayne Marie 

Petersham Rd, Phillipston, MA 01331 

Foley, Laura Ann 

61 Sesame St, Tewksbury, MA 01876 

Foley, Philip Michael 

37 Dale Rd, Holbrook, MA 02343 

Ford, Jean Marie 

29 Freedom St, Hopedale, MA 01 747 

Forman, Alex Jeffrey 

21 Crawford St, Randolph, MA 02368 

Forster, Amy Catherine 

867 Shoot Flyinghill, Centerville, MA 02632 

Forsyth, Michael Gordon 

18 Province St, Pepperell, MA 01463 

Fortner, Frank James 

17 Apache Rd, Bellingham, MA 02019 

Fotiades, Maria James 

PO Box 870, Manomet, MA 02345 

Frank, Patricia E 

43 Fairview St, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Franke, Jane F 

158 Brookline Rd, Townsend, MA 01469 

Fraser, Kevin S 

399 Oakland Pkwy, Franklin, MA 02038 

Freel, James S 

980 Main St, Clinton, MA 01510 

Frerichs, Helen Mary 

125 Lincoln St, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Friedman, Cheryl L 

73 Deerfield Rd, Sharon, MA 02067 

Friedrich, Erica Lynn 

69 Lakeside Dr, Groton, MA 01450 

Fucile, Michael J 

57 Donald Rd, Burlington, MA 01803 

Fuller, Cathleen Marie 

34 Parkwood Dr, Pepperell, MA 01463 

Furber, Jeffrey W 

30 I7Th Ave, Haverhill. MA 01830 



Fyfe, Brenda Lee 

38 S Canal St, Greene, NY 13778 




Gaetz, Eric Wayne 

89 Forest St, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Gagne, Amy Lyn 

3358 S Athol Rd, Athol. MA 01331 

Gagnon, Lori Ann 

33 Ash St, Webster, MA 01570 

Gaines, Scott Jeffrey 

1 1 Keith Rd, Wayland, MA 01778 

Gallagher, Mark William 

104 Island Rd, Lunenburg, MA 01462 

Gardiner, Donna Lee 

747 Chandler St, Tewksbury, MA 01876 

Gardner, Cynthia Ann 

66 Pleasant St Ut 17, N Oxford, MA 01537 

Gardner, John S 

32 Sunset Dr, Leominster, MA 01453 

Garrett, Edward Gerard 

49 Upland Rd, Burlington, MA 01803 

Garrity, Andrea J 

24 Delaware St, Somerville, MA 02145 

Gaspa, James C 

237 Washington St, Canton, MA 02021 

Gastonguay, Douglas John 

509 Sheldon Rd, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Gauvin, Tracee E 

217 Bemis Rd 2nd FL Fitchburg, MA 01420 

George, Karla L 

86 Milk St, Westborough, MA 015X1 

Giampa, Dana J 

Riley Switch Rd, Templeton, MA 01468 

Gibson, Barbara Mary 

RFD#2 Box 905, Holland, MA 01521 

Gierlich, Lisa Joyce 

24 Pleasant St, Palmer, MA 01069 

Girouard, Cathleen Oneil 

157 Harrison Ave, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Giusti, James L 

12 St Paul Ave, Norwood, MA 02062 

Given, Robert W 

85 Lawrence Rd, Chicopee, MA 01013 

Glasgow, Deborah Jean 

64 Pacific St, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Glendye, Gerald Raymond 

48 Pine St, Woburn, MA 01 HOI 

Glenny, Keith Peter 

1 12 Turkey Hill Rd, Lunenburg, MA 01462 

Glover, Linda Sharron 

30 Ruskin Ave, Methuen, MA 01844 






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Gobeil, Andrew C 

411 Flint St, Marstons Mills, MA 02648 

Godin, Kimberly Ann 

PO Box 165, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Godjikian, Arthur Carl 

Depot Rd, Mason, NH 03048 

Gold, Beth K 

205 Bent St, Franklin, MA 02038 

Goldman, Kim M, 

147 Wareham St, Middleboro, MA 02346 

Gonsorcik, Andrew Edward 

141 Summit St, Clinton, MA 01510 

Gonzalez, Alicia Helene 

6 Duxbury Dr, Holden, MA 01520 

Goodwin, Julianne Mary 

13 Lebel Rd, Lynn, MA 01904 

Gore, Colleen 

97 Blossom St Apt 5, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Gorniak, Mary Theresa 

Leno Rd Box 505, Holland, MA 1 52 1 

Govaert, Roger J 

1 Greene Rd, Peabody, MA 01960 

Grady, Kevin M 

23 Tarr.ytown Ln, Worcester, MA 01602 

Gray, Karen Joanne 

124 Sammett St, Maiden, MA 02148 

Grayson, Stephanie B 

5 Old Towne Rd #237, Ayer, MA 01432 

Grealey, Vicki Lee 

71 Summer Rd, Berlin, MA 01503 

Green, Philip H 

1 Hickory Ln, Chelmsford, MA 01824 

Griffin, Brian R 

4 Bonad Rd, Winchester, MA 01890 

Griffin, Michael Alan 

27 Janine St, Chicopee, MA 01013 

Grillo, Shelly Ann 

2 Rutland St, Hudson, MA 01749 

Groden, Tamara Anne 

58 Intervale Rd#13, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Gualtieri, Maria Madolyn 

3 Jay Rd, Billerica, MA 01862 

Gunsalus, William B 

163 Whalom Rd, Lunenburg, MA 01462 

Gurney, Joseph Andrew 

1 170 W Elm St Ext, Brockton. MA 02401 

Guy, Kathleen A 

1 1 Orchard Dr. N Reading. MA 01864 




Hairston, Timothy W 

88 Corcoran Pk. Cambridge, MA 021 38 



Hajjar, Jeffrey E 

3 Linden Ave, N Andover, MA 01845 

Hamel, Janice Ellen 

2 Winchester St, Baldwinville, MA 01436 

Hamilton, Laurie Ellen 

1 Suburban Dr, Norwalk, CT 0685 1 

Hanney, Paula Ann 

418 Wanoosnoc Rd, Fitchburg, MA 01420 • 

Hare, Valerie J 

1822 S Harrison St. Little Rock, AR 72204 

Harkness, Daniel David 

155 Grapevine Rd, Wenham, MA 01984 

Harraden, Karen Marie 

136 Liberty St, Hanson, MA 02341 

Harris, Alden Francis Leo 

306 Lake St, Shrewsbury, MA 01545 

Hart, Audra Marie 

23 Mcintosh Rd, Chelmsford, MA 01824 

Harvey, Roger 

30 Marcella St, Roxbury, MA 021 19 

Hassett, Linda Gail 

RR#1 Box 497, Ashby, MA 01431 

Hay, Kelley Ann 

19 Starr St, Leominster, MA 01453 

Hayde, Carolyn M 

8 Whittier Dr, Merrimac, MA 01860 

Hazell, Debra Kay 

832A Birch Cir, Ft Devens, MA 01433 

Healey, Paul F 

1 Spencer St, Lexington, MA 02173 

Healy, Laura Marie 

9 Proctor Rd, Townsend, MA 01469 

Heimberg, Adeline 

331 Northfield Rd, Lunenburg, MA 01462 

Henry, Beverly A 

8 Emery Rd, Townsend, MA 01469 

Henry, Paul John 

19 Washburn St, Worcester, MA 0161 

Hill, Robert Royal 

928 Boston Post Rd, Marlborough, MA 01752 

Hodson, Benjamin M 

28 Lee St, Lancaster, MA 01523 

Hoff, Kimberly Irene 

3 Marlboro St. Maynard, MA 01754 

Hoffman, Inez Elizabeth 

5 Prescott St. Fitchburg. MA 01420 

Hogan, Lori A 

28 1 W Fifth St. S Boston. MA 02 1 27 

Hohos, Erica 

28 Ashby West Rd. Fitchburg. MA 01420 

Holleran, Jill 

4d Reed St Apt 3. Pittsficld. MA 01201 

Holm, Anthony Petri 

29 Plain Rd. Westford, MA 01886 

Houlihan, Trade A 

264 Beverly Rd. Worcester, MA 01605 



Howard HI, Wallace Anthon 

61 Sanborn St, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Howe, Lori J 

17 Pines Rd, Billerica, MA 01866 

Howells, Julie Ann 

17 Stratton Hill Rd, Westford, MA 01886 

Hoyle, Christopher JE 

1 63 1 Washington St, Walpole. MA 0208 1 

Hudson, Gregory Ren 

POBox 111, Rindge, NH 03461 

Hunt, Lois Loraye 

578 Rindge Rd, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Hunt, Paul Francis 

Sunrise Ave, Barre, MA 01005 

Hunter, John T 

38 Highland Ave, N Falmouth, MA 02556 

Hunter, Scott A 

27 Emily Ln, Northampton, MA 01060 

Hussey, Audrey J 



7324 Jacobs Fork 



rlotte, NC, 28273 




Iacaboni, Ann Marie 

54 Martha St, Leominster. MA 01453 

Iannotti, Tina M 

1 14 Myrtle Ave, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Ingman, Nora Jean 

216 Leamy St, Gardner, MA 0144(1 

Ippolito, Michael P 



37 Chapman St, Canton, MA 02021 




Jackson, Robert Francis 

71 Vine St, Hanover, MA 02339 

Jacques, Teressa R 

508 Church St. Whitinsville, MA 01588 

Jeffers, Doreen Victoria 

459 Lowell Rd PO Box 781. Groton. MA 01450 

Johnson, Jennifer L 

6 Rock O'Dundee Rd. Andover, MA 01810 

Johnson, Kenneth Wayne 

Baybcrry Hill Rd. W Townsend. MA 01474 

Johnson, LuAnn Marie 

140 Ross St. Fitchburg. MA 01420 

Johnson, Susan Marie 

69 Beaverbrook Rd. Burlington. MA 01803 

Jones, Fred (i 

III Old Ayer Rd #3H, Shirley, MA 01464 



Jonkers, Elisabeth Henriet 

18 B Holt St, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Julius, Daniel Wilfred 



543 Main St, Townsend, MA 01474 




Kachinsky, Kim V 

47 Princeton St B3 A323, Leominster, MA 01453 

Kacian, Kimberly A 

152 State Rd, Westminster, MA 01473 

Kasheta, James F 

5 Lexington Ave. Auburn, MA 01501 

Keefe, Julie Ann 

56 Blackberry Ln, Framingham, MA 01701 

Keenan, Mark J 

24 Porter Rd, Chelmsford, MA 01824 

Kelley, Bryan Matthew 

16 Haskell St, Gloucester, MA 01930 

Kelley, Julie A 

529 School St, Athol, MA 01331 

Kelley, Michael S 

191 Allen St, Athol, MA 01331 

Kelly, Edward G 

17 Knollwood Ln. Leominster, MA 01453 

Kelly, Mary Agnes 

41 Pitman Ave, Wakefield, MA 01880 

Kenney, Daniel Agustine 

15 Med way St, Quincy, MA 02169 

Kidd, Sharon A 

80 Holly Dr. Gardner, MA 01440 

Kinney, Steven Paul 

64 School St, Merrimac, MA 01860 

Kleber, Regan 

26 Brooks Rd, Templelon, MA 01468 

Kolifrath, Michael Robert 

1 13 Emmetl St. Lawrence, MA 01843 

Kolthoff, Connie K 

6 Monadnock Dr. Westford, MA 01886 

Koonz, Kathleen Shaun 

183 Chase St, Orange. MA 01364 

Kovacs, Stephen J 

95 Cortland Cir. Leominster. MA 01453 

Kozak, Ami Sue 

55 Cedar St. Fitchburg. MA 01420 

Kristo. Peter I) 

58 Princeton Rd. Arlington. MA 02174 

Kruger, Kathleen Marie 

452 Main St. W Townsend. MA 01474 

Kulkkula, Jane Elizabeth 

RR #1 Box 313, Fitchburg. MA 01420 

Kupstas, Brian Martin 

is RiverSt, Millbury, MA 01527 



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Kara. Steven Harold 

::uc Creek Dr, Kingwood, I\ 

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Lajoie, Jacqueline Marie 

35 Halford St. Gartner, MA 01 -HO 

Labaire. Carrianne 

Smithvilk Rd. Spencer, MA 01562 

Laehapelle. kristina Louis 

PO Bo\ So? Reid Rd. Dough.-. MA 01 5 Id 

Laet/. Barbara .lean 

Lakewood Park. Westminster. MA 01473 

Lafalam. Darin Michael 

115 Vi ESI St, Winchendon, MA 01475 

Lafreniere. Denise E 

30 diaries St. Gardner. MA 01440 

Lam. Yin Sheung 

36 Summer St. Fitchburg. MA 01420 

Lamarca. Gail Ann 

469 Webster St. Needham. MA 02194 

Lamarehe. Steven Michael 

2" Holden St. Holden. MA 01520 

Lang. Peter S 

141 North Ave. Haverhill. MA 01830 

Langlands. James Patrick 

52 Clyde A%e. W Springfield. MA 01089 

Lans. Martin Edwin 

97 Jeannine Rd. Bellingham. MA 02019 

Lantz. Greg P 

69 Tobin Terr. Whitman. MA 02382 

Lapointe. Michael 

3 Clapp St. Worcester. MA 01610 

Larkin. Debra Lynn 

nond Hill Ave. Boylston. MA 01505 

Larocca. Cherie Dawn 

PO Box 2337. Marshfield. MA 02050 

Larose. Marsha S 

.11 Rd Box 766. E Pepperell. MA 01463 

Latour, Ph\llis J S 

374 Elm St. Gardner. MA 01440 

Lavallee, Lise Jeanne 

MA 01432 

Lavallee, Matthew Gar} 

23 Braney Rd. Millbury. MA 01527 

Lavargna. Marianne Ursula 

26 Chatham St. Maiden. MA 02148 

Laverty, Amanda Margaret 

RFD Winutpon, " 

Larson. inn-Marie 

53 Coral Si. Haverhill. MA 01830 



LeBlanc, Catherine Ann 

55 Nichols Si. Gardner, M \ 01440 

LeBlanc, Jeffrej Joseph 

20 Locust \\e. tyngsboro. MA 01879 

LeBlanc, Michelle Elaine 

r Hawlej Vve, Leominster, MA 01453 

LeBlanc, Paul E 

64 Lowell St, Waltham, MA 02154 

LeCuyer, Michelle A 

51 Pine St. Fitchburg. MA 01420 

Leavenworth. Sanford Gordo 

PO Box 752 1. Fitchburg. MA 01420 

Leduc, Lisa Anne 

208 Sherburne Ave. Tyngsboro, MA 01879 

Lee, Linda A 

136 Southworth St. Brockton. MA 02401 

Lee, Michael Edward 

218 E Water St. Rockland. MA 02370 

Legendre, Kelly Ann 

13 England Ave, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Legendre, Mary Jane 

630 Westminster St. Fitchburg. MA 01420 

Lemoine, Christine G F 

1 1 South St. Leominster. MA 01453 

Lens, John Frederick 

17 Westchester Dr. Auburn, MA 01501 

Leo, Michelle 

60 Houghton Rd. Princeton, MA 01541 

Leonard, Paula M 

57 Elmwood Pk, Braintree, MA 02184 

Lewis, Richard Wayne 

141 Raymond Hall Dr. N Attleboro. MA 02760 

Limoncelli, Chelsea Beth 

58 Mansfield Grove Rd, E Haven, CT 06512 

Lizotte, Leonard David 

344 Madison St. Fitchburg. MA 01420 

Lombardo, Michelle A 

48 Warwick Rd, Newton, MA 02165 

Lombardozzi Jr, Richard 

16 Pomeroy Rd, N Reading, MA 01864 

Long, Brenda Marie 

20 Black Brook Rd, S Easton, MA 02375 

Long, Lawrence R, 

597 West St, Gardner. MA 01440 

Looney, Michael P 

20 Beaverbrook Rd. Burlington, MA 01803 

Lopes, Taryn Mccue 

995 Maple St, Fall River, MA 02720 

Lopez, Eric Wayne 

2 Torringlon Ln, Acton, MA 01720 

Lord, Daniel Carlton 

497 Dunstable Rd. Tyngsboro. MA 01879 

Lord, Julie Sicks 

Camp Rd Off Fairman Rd, Orange, MA 01 364 

Lorimer, Stacey Denet 

B 90 RD I. Wallington. VT 05773 



Loureiro, David J 

10 Pierce St, Hudson. MA 01749 

Lundgren, Debra Anne 

6 State St, Chelmsford, MA 01824 

MacPhee, Maureen Catherine 

7 Hunnewell St, Wellesley, MA 02181 

MacPherson, Steven 

503 River Rd, Tewksbury, MA 01876 

Mackenzie, Bonnie Jean 

PO Box 313, Gardner, MA 01440 

Maclean, Jeffrey Norman 

68 Christopher Rd, Holliston, MA 01746 

Macneil, Bonnie Marie 

41 Elsie Ave, Billerica, MA 01821 

Magiera, Mark Edward 

3 Eugenie Terr, Chelmsford, MA 01824 

Magnussen, Christopher John 

10 Brant Ln. Littleton. MA 01460 

Maidrand, Laurie Jean 

2 1 Cranbrook Rd, Shrewsbury, MA 01545 

Main, Jason D 

7 Congress St, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Majeski, Vincent Nicholas 

7 Harrison Ave, Wakefield, MA 01880 

Maki, David Richard 

79 Nichols St, Leominster, MA 01453 

Malatesta, Annmarie 

8 Woodbine Terr, Westford, MA 01886 

Malcolm, Roderick A 

36 Mattakeeset St, Boston, MA 02136 

Maloney, Grant James 

42 Prospect St, Lunenburg, MA 01462 

Maloney, John J 

94 Grandview St, Springfield, MA 01 1 1 8 

Maloney, Michelle Ann 

18 Hillside Ave, Wakefield, MA 01880 

Maloof, Maureen A 

328 Oak Hill Cir, Concord, MA 01742 

Mandragouras, G John, 

1 6 Heather St, Beverly, MA 1 9 1 5 

Mann, Lisa Marie 

146 Oakridge Dr, Ayer, MA 01432 

Manning, Ronald Patrick 

201 Westford Rd, Tyngsboro, MA 01879 

Marhefkali, Robert Edward 

6 Hermitage Ln, Worcester, MA 01605 

Marinelli, Amy 

35 Ash Si, Winchendon. MA 01475 

Marquis, Leo D 

389 Radcliffe St. Athol, MA 01 33 1 



Martel, Juliette Ann 

6 Cross St, Andover, MA (I ism 

Martel, Maria Christine 

1 17 Central St, Gardner, MA 01440 

Masho, Jennifer D 

22 O Callaghan Way. Lynn. MA 01905 

Mason, Jennifer E 

2 Mason Ln, Webster. MA 01570 

Mason, Stephen J 

10 Phillips Rd, Onset, MA 02558 

Mathews, Jacqueline J 

384 Redemption Rock Rd, Sterling, MA 01564 

Mathieu, Bruce Emile 

89 Warner Ave, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Matson, Caroline Rebecca 

73 Highland St Box337, Townsend, MA 01469 

May, Melissa Mary 

16 Walnut St PO B375, Townsend, MA 01469 

Mazejka, John Edward 

PO Box 59 1 , Gardner, MA 1440 

Maziarz, Tracey Ann 

45 South St, Three Rivers, MA 01080 

McCaffrey, Maureen E 

1 10 Ontario St, Lynn, MA 01904 

McCarthy, Lynn M 

183 South Row Rd, Townsend, MA 01469 

McCarthy, Maura Kate 

398 Acton Rd, Chelmsford, MA 01824 

McCarty, William J 

15 Abbott St, Needham, MA 02192 

McCollem, Carolyn R 

1 Ridgewood Ln, Bedford, MA 01730 

McCrystal, Michael 

14 Columbia Dr, Feeding Hills, MA 01030 

McDonough, Kathleen A 

47 Old Deerfield Rd, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

McGonagle, Amy Joan 

327 Billings Rd, Wollaston, MA 02170 

McGuinness, Erin Marie 

161 Beach St, Dennis, MA 02638 

McKittrick, Lynn Geraldine 

888A Cedar Creek Dr, Ft Devens, MA 01433 

McManus, Michelle Anne 

56 Putnam Pk, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

McNamara, Julie Anne 

36 Central St, Saugus, MA 01906 

McNamara, Shawn Francis 

1 16 Upton Rd, Waltham, MA 02154 

Meizen, Dawn E 

F3 Hazen Rd, Shirley, MA 01464 

Merageas, Paula Jean 

25 Glendale Rd, Norwood, MA 02062 

Meunier, Denis R 

894 Clark St, Gardner, MA 01440 

Mewing, Maria Theresa 

65 Lawrence St 3rd FL Fitchburg, MA 01420 



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Middlen, Mark H 

52 Catherine St, Gardner, MA 01440 

Miller, Dean Edward 

828 Fisher Rd, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Miller, Grace Concetta 

145 Lunenburg Rd, W Townsend, MA 01474 

Miller, Jerry Ray 

866B Poplar St, Ft Devens, MA 01433 

Miller, Julie Lynn 

35 Mountain Brook Rd, Wilbraham, MA 01095 

Mills, Michelle Lynne 

77 Greenlawn Ave, Haverhill, MA 01831 

Miner, Michelle Christine 

612 Rindge Rd, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Miras, Hariklia Nectaria 

150 Totman Rd. Lowell, MA 01854 

Misuraca, Christopher 

31 Country Club Rd, N Reading, MA 01864 

Mitchell, Ryan Thomas 

8 Mohawk Dr, S Dartmouth. MA 02748 

Montgomery, Michelle Marie 

2 Chestnut St, Medway, MA 02053 

Moore, Christina Anne 

10 Sylvester Dr, Framingham, MA 01701 

Moore, Dorothy Theresa 

PO Box 89, Sterling, MA 01564 

Morelli, Lisa Marie 

971 South St, Tewksburg, MA 01876 

Morgan, John A 

24 Bayberry Rd, Whitman, MA 02382 

Morgan, Kathleen Marie 

82 Middlesex St, N Chelmsford, MA 01863 

Morgan, Michael D 

58 Glad Valley Dr, Billcrica, MA 01821 

Moriarty, Karen Jean 

13 Appleton PI, Leominster. MA 01453 

Moriarty, Kelly Ann 

13 Appleton PI, Leominster. MA 01453 

Morrissey, Kathleen DeRond 

41 Haraden Ave, Watertown, MA 02172 

Mosher, Joanne M 

I 89 Wellington St. Athol. MA 1331 

Movvder, Traci Lynne 

3Greenacre Dr, Billcrica. MA 01821 

Mulcahy, Krin Patricia 

167 June St. Worcester, MA 01602 

Mullings, Thomas C 

18 Milk St. Methucn. MA 01 844 

Munier, Brian Edward 

12 Porter St. Wenham. MA 01984 

Murphy, Catherine A 

475 Park Si. N Reading. MA 01864 

Murphy, Sheila Ruth 

PO Box 48 170 Main Si. Townsend. MA 01469 

Murray, Cheryl Marie 

17 Walker St. Weymouth. MA 02188 



Murray, Howard Aldon 

172 Myrtle Ave #3, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Mushrush, Daniel E 

PO Box 144. Westminster, MA 01473 

Mutascio, John Robert 

69 Central Ave, Hyde Park. MA 02136 

Myllykangas, Dale Marie 



57 Hale St. Leominster, MA 01453 



Naglieri, Michael Paul 

155 Mayflower Rd. Springfield, MA 01 1 IX 

Narkevicius, Steven 

16 Dublin St, Gardner, MA 01440 

Neenan, Erik J 

26 Longwood Ave, Saugus, MA 01906 

Negri, Catherine Louise 

1 Mawn Dr, Wobum, MA 01801 

Nelson, William S 

106A Powdermill Rd, Maynard, MA 01754 

Nguyen, Tuan Due 

PO Box 396, Hubbardston, MA 01452 

Niehaus, Kristina R 

1 18 Turnpike Rd, Townsend, MA 01469 

Niemczura, Edward L 

586 Flat Hill Rd, Lunenburg. MA 01462 

Nkongho, Oben Sophie 

8 Lenard St A-2, Framingham, MA 01701 

Nocella, Salvatore A, 

64 Apthorp St, Worcester, MA 01606 

Nolan, Sherry Ann 

Box 1052, Shirley, MA 01464 

Nowak, Cynthia Marie 



Sawmill Plain Rd. S Deerficld. MA 01373 



O'Brien, Mary Elizabeth 

4 Charlemont CT Chelmsford. MA 01863 

O'Connor, Julie P 

6 Gelding Rd. Chelmsford. MA 01824 

O'Donnell, Lori Ann 

37 Blakeley St. Lynn. MA 01905 

O'Grady, Joseph A 

7 Capl Brown l.n. Acton. MA 01720 

O'Mahony, Lorrie Kristin, 

2 College Rd. Burlington. MA 01803 

O'Mahony, Sheila Marie 

20 Barbara l.n. Medford, MA 02155 






Obahi-Kaikhah, Lida 

25 Cannon Gate, Nashua, NH 03063 

Occhialini, Victor Hunter 

42 Bayview Ave, Scarborough, ME 04074 

Oliver, Thomas J 

24 Long Will Dr. Boxford. MA 01921 

Olsen, Scott Francis 

7 Bishop St. Chelmsford, MA 01824 

Olson, Claudine Marie 

155 Highland Ave, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Olson, Edward R 

PO Box 1362, Westford, MA 01886 

Olson, Lou Ann 

5 Lamont St, Billerica, MA 01866 

Orlow, Kristina Lucy 

148 Page St, Lunenburg, MA 01462 

Orsini, Michael A 

101 Alpine Rd, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Otis, Theodore Nicholas 

3 Pearson Cir, Burlington, MA 01803 

Ott, Amy E 



291 Old Dunstable Rd, Groton, MA 01450 




Paine, Karen Vieno 

63 Lawrence St, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Palai, Andre Francois 

1265 Main St, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Pallis, Justin Robert 

56 Nashua Rd, Pepperell, MA 01463 

Panagiotes, Kathleen Ann 

Box32. Ashby, MA 01431 

Panneton, Rodney E 

PO Box 2101. Westford, MA 01886 

Paquette, Eric R 

229 Lakeview Ave. Tyngsboro. MA 01879 

Paquette, Norine Ann, 

5 Fairmont Ave. Worcester. MA 01604 

Paszko, Jane M 

320 Harvard Rd. Lancaster, MA 01523 

Patria, Kris Jay 

200 Mill St, Winchendon, MA 01475 

Paul, Helaina Marie 

130 Horsehoe Rd. Dracut, MA 01826 

Paulson, Harriett Mae 

135 South Rd PO Box 422. Templeton, MA 01468 

Pearlstein, Jill A 

315 Lake Dr. S Hamilton. MA 01982 

Pearson, Elizabeth Ann, 

22 Grant St. Reading. MA 01 867 

Pendleton, Frederick James 

10 Park Dr. Burlington, MA 01803 



Perkins, Melanie J 

16 Balmoral St Apt 412. Andover, MA 01810 

Perry, Lynnette A 

14A Cottage St. Pepperell, MA 01463 

Petel, Lisa M 

7 Canton St. Fitchburg. MA 01420 

Peters, Brian Richard 

28 Brookline St. Townsend, MA 01469 

Philbin, Marybeth Justine 

24 University St. Leominster. MA 01453 

Phillips, Lisa Jean 

Box 751, Hinsdale, MA 01235 

Pierce, Jonathan Adam 

22 Fernwood Dr. Wilbraham, MA 01095 

Pierce, Mark Albert 

7 Meadowbrook Ln, Gardner, MA 01440 

Pierson, Erik A 

1 1 Evergreen Rd, Acton. MA 01720 

Piretti, Christine Phyllis 

20 Dadant Dr, Wilmington, MA 01887 

Pittman, Pauline G 

15 Cliffview Terr, Lunenburg, MA 01462 

Pizzano, Laurie Anne 

41 Biscayne Ave, Saugus, MA 01906 

Plante, Randy David 

272 Mechanic St, Orange. MA 01364 

Poirier, Paul Joseph 

16 Red Coach Rd. S Hamilton, MA 01982 

Pomerleau, Patricia J E 

21 Scotty Hollow Dr, N Chelmsford, MA 01863 

Posivak, Maryanne Elizabeth 

14 Partridge Rd, Medfield, MA 02052 

Proia, Jeffrey John 

35 Park St, Stoneham. MA 02180 

Provencial, Lisa Ann 



22 Willard Rd, Westminster, MA 01473 




Quijano, Crissy Marie 

1 56 Freda Ln, Lowell, MA01854 

Quinlan, Deborah Marie 

5 Joseph Rd. Mendon. MA 01756 

Quinn, Valery Elizabeth 

7 lla/elton Rd, Rowc. MA 01367 

Quirk, Heidi Ann 

1 IS Junes Rd. Hopedale, MA 01747 




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Rabbitt, Charlotte Ionise 

'terNiry Dr. Lunenburg, MA 01462 

Rabideau, Robert F 

nton, MA 01510 

Racicot, Marj Ellen 

Pillsbun, Rd RR 2 Bo\ 39, \shby.MA 01431 

Raffaelle, Patricia 

Newton. MA 02 159 

Raimon, Francis E 

52 W .--• ogton St, Gardner, \1 \ 01440 

Ramirez. Kathleen Frances 

est St. Lowell. MA 0185 1 

Rastad. Michael Paul 

■ - -. M '..Grafton. MA 01519 

Reed. Renee Catherine 

331 A Grant Rd. Ft Devens, MA 01433 

Regan, Katey Mary 

senS . mrg, MA 01420 

Reilly, Kevin Joseph 

iver St. Worcester. MA 01603 

Renaud. Kevin T 

4 McDonald Ave, Rtchburg, MA 01420 

Reyes, Janet Elizabeth 

158 Concord Rd M-3, Billerica. NLA 01821 

Re\nolds. Martha A 

31 Hoyt Ave. Lowell. MA 01852 

Richard. Darrin Thomas 

45 Bed) Ave, Leominster. MA 01453 

Richard. Dorothy M 

42 Bay-view Ave. Scarborough. ME 04074 

Richard. Janice Mary 

- at St. Baldwin ville. MA 1 436 

Richard. Paul Gerard 

177 Sixth St. Leominster. MA 01453 

Riley . Sean Dlacey 

40 Gage St. Fitchburg. MA 01420 

Robbins. Christine Jane 

ll Lebanon St. Pepperell. MA 01463 

Roberge, Lisa M 

62 South Si. Leominster. MA 01453 

Roberto. Karen M 

Vinton Pond Rd. W Townsend, MA 01469 

Robichaud. Sherri Lee 

1 Warner Rd RR2. Townsend. MA 01469 

Robichaud. Tammy 

' sade Rd. Waltham. MA 02154 

Robidoux, Lisa J 

33 Oldc Colonial Dr. Gardner. MA 01440 

Robinson, Ke\in Michael 

20 Adams St, Chark- " ';2 1 29 

Roche, James Michael 

ry R I. MA 01469 

Rogers, Marj Beth 

1 19 Richmond St. Raynham. MA 02767 

Romano. Christina Leigh 

20 Romano Ave. Fitchburg. MA 01420 



Root. Michael Francis 

445 \lt Elam Rd. Fitchburg, M \ 01420 

Ross, Andrew David 

163 River St, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Rothwell, Brian Roland 

49 Ansie Rd. Chelmsford, MA 01824 

Roy, Mark David 

40 Mill St, Pepperell, MA 01463 

Roy, Richard Robert 

34 Jennifer St, Littleton, MA 01460 

Rubeck, Melissa A 

S Ranch \\c. I aMlumpton. MA 01027 

Ruel, John Robert 

14 Juniper Rd. Fitchburg. MA 01420 

Rupprecht, Christine Sue 

24 Delancy Ave. Pittsfield, MA 01201 

Russell, Cheryl Ann 

214 Old Baldwinville Winchendon. MA 01475 

Russell, Tina Lee 

RFD Box 206. Greenville. NH 03048 

Ruth, Patricia A 

13 Temi Rd. Hudson. MA 01749 

Ryan, Kerry Ann 

45 Rogers Dr. Stoughton, MA 02072 

Ryan, Linda Helen 



636 Sumner Ave. Springfield. MA 01108 




Sacramone, Jason David 

68 Belmont Rd. Leominster, MA 01453 

Saletnik, Douglas J 

10275 St Augustinerd, Jacksonville, FL 32257 

Salmond Jr, Charles David 

102 Walton St, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Salmu, Anita Maarit 

1417 Rindge Rd, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Salvatore, Robert A 

28 Haynes CT Leominster. MA 01453 

Samia, Christine M 

100 Bemis Rd Apt 302, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Samson, James Tibor 

317 Lovcwell St, Gardner, MA 01440 

Sargent, David J 

4X6 S Bolton Rd, Bolton, MA 01740 

Satterfield, Kristin A 

15 ArbetterDr, Framingham. MA 01701 

Savani, Marcella A 

7 Wainwrighl Rd U-28, Winchester, MA 01X40 

Scanlon, Suzanne 

Rt I IBox 519, Ncwburypon. MA 01950 

Schumaker, Kristen Lynn 

8 Fairvicw Ave, Maiden. MA 02148 



Sciabarrasi, Lisa A 

1514 Mam Si. Leominster, MA 01453 

Scott, Kimberly Joy 

1 10 Erica Dr, Stoughton, MA 02072 

Sewell, William John 

153 Lovcwell St, Gardner. MA 01440 

Shapland, Glen Scott 

38 Upland St. Fitchburg, MA 0142(1 

Shattuck, Pamela Ann 

1667. Lunenburg. MA 01462 

Shea, Annemarie 

27 Wardwell Rd, Canton, MA 0202 1 

Shearer, Christine M 

7 Norman PI, Leominster, MA 01453 

Sheehan, Colleen Marie 

145 Starr Ave, Lowell, MA 01852 

Sheehy, Kara M 

41 Ortins Rd. Hamilton. MA 01936 

Sheldon, Debra A 

PO Box 483 10 Davis St. Shirley, MA 01464 

Shepard, Marie V 

14 Norwood St, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Shepley, Andrew P 

16 Winnatuxett Rd, Mattapoisett, MA 02739 

Sheridan, Melinda Kathleen 

175 Ward St Dartmout, Revere, MA 02151 

Sherwood, Jolie C 

60A Peabody Rd, Shirley, MA 01464 

Shinnick, Kelly Ann 

50 Springdale St, Maiden, MA 02148 

Shippee, Steven Douglas 

RR #1 Box 530, Shelburne Fall, MA 01370 

Shivo, Kevin M 

51 Sandy Pond Rd, Ayer, MA 01432 

Simeonidis, Irene 

24 Arlington St, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Simoneau, Jeffrey Gordon 

8 Pen-in St, Attleboro, MA 02703 

Simonian, Andrea Doris 

94 Appleton Rd, Auburn, MA 1 50 1 

Simulevich, Tina M 

50 Mercury Dr, Shrewsbury, MA 01545 

Skoczylas, David Wayne 

17 Markham Cir. Ayer, MA 01432 

Smith, Brenda L 

52 Irving Dr, Walpole, MA 02081 

Smith, Linda J 

8 Merigan Way, Foxborough, MA 02035 

Smith, Lisa C, 

72 Henry Ave, Pittsfield, MA 01201 

Smith, Michelle I 

72 Jones Rd, Hopcdale, MA 01747 

Smith, Sherri-Ann Melissa 

15 Blufl Ave. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Soboczinski, Julie A 

24 Briggs St, Salem. MA 01970 



Solari, Lori Ann 

196 Don Tennant Cir, N Attleboro, MA 02760 

Soracco, Donald John 

60 Pond St, Dunstable, MA 01X27 

Soucy, Mark W 

2X5 Donahue Rd, Dracut, MA 01826 

Spagnuola, Lynn Ann 

429 Arbor St, Lunenburg, MA 01462 

Speck, Stephen John 

44 Green St, Fitchburg. MA 01420 

Spenard, Tammy Elizabeth 

16 Elmwood Ave. Lowell, MA 01850 

Spina, Michelle L 

258 Albion St, Wakefield, MA 01 XX0 

Squires, Kevin Joseph 

454 Mammoth Rd Ut 15, Dracut. MA 01826 

St Germain, Paul R 

Po Box 28, Ashburnham, MA 01430 

Staak, Elizabeth Jane 

9 Norvel Rd, Norwalk, CT 06850 

Stack, Peter E 

438 Old Conn Path #1 1, Framingham, MA 01701 

Stahle, Richard Winslow 

175 Highland Ave Apt 2. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Stamulis, George Dennis 

64 Locust St, Danvers, MA 01923 

Stark, Kimberly Louise 

28 Lake Shore Dr, Sterling Jet, MA 01564 

Stearns, Caroline Coburn 

33 Hilltop Dr, Bellingham, MA 02019 

Stern, Frederic Carter 

358 S Cochran #103, Los Angelos, CA 90036 

Stets, Eileen Shirley 

26 Robin Hill Rd, Holliston, MA 01746 

Stevens, Christopher Bento 

N Main St, E Templeton, MA 01438 

Stevens, Robyn M 

19 Charles St, Salem, NH 03079 

Stevenson, Lori Viola 

58 Elm St, W Townsend, MA 01474 

Stewart, Susan E 

8 Ginley Rd, Walpole, MA 02081 

Stockman, Philip Jeffrey 

3 Coe Rd, Framingham, MA 01701 

Stoddard, Laura Cynthia 

PO Box 444, N Attleboro, MA 02760 

Stowe, Kristen Marie 

31 Lexington Rd, Shrewsbury. MA 01545 

Stringer, John Francis 

16 Briar Dr, Milford, MA (II 757 

Strong, Sheila Margaret 

15 First St, Melrose, MA 02176 

Stys, Jennifer Ann 

1 Dike CT Tewksbury, MA 1 876 

Sullivan, Beth A 

46 Cleveland Ave, Worcester, MA 01603 



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Sullivan, Jennifer Ann 

8 Leominster Rd, Princeton, MA 01541 

Sullivan, Karen Marie 

7 Old Coach Rd, Wilbraham, MA 01095 

Sullivan, Kevin J 

97 Blossom St Apt 4, Fitchburg. MA 01420 

Sullivan, Kevin L 

41 B East Rd, Westminster, MA 01473 

Sullivan, Scott Keith 

823 Summer St, Marshfield, MA 02050 

Swales, Patricia A 

3 Auburn Sq, Charlestown, MA 02129 

Swan, Kathleen Anne 

130 Main St. Jaffrey, NH 03452 

Swanfeldt, Patricia Mary 

8 Madigan Ln, Ayer, MA 01432 




Talbot, John Albert 

Po Box 2 1 1 , Winchendon Spr, MA 1477 

Tamburino, Joseph John 

' 7 Christopher Rd, Westford, MA 1 886 

Tata, Heidi Marie 

362 Pleasant St, Leominster, MA 01453 

Tate, Tami J, 

1 91 Brick Hill Ln. Duxbury. MA 02332 

Taylor, Laura Janet 

RFD#1 Box 14. Lyndeborough, NH 03082 

Telia, Audra M 

2 Draper Rd, Millbury, MA 01527 

Temple, Christine Jean 

10 Garrison Heights, Oxford, MA 01540 

Testagrossa, Joseph V 

7 Lillian Dr. Ashburnham. MA 01430 

Thayer, Lisa M Caron 

479- 1 Ashby Rd, New Ipswich. NH 0307 1 

Therrien, Christopher Todd 

12 Ryefield Rd, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Thibodeau-McCarthy, Robin K 

I HCR 61 Bx 56 Bristol Rd. Damariscotta, ME 
i 04543 

Thomas-Jeanig, Patricia A. 

45 Walnut St. Leominster, MA 01453 

Thompson, Joan Frances 

i 65 Warren Rd, Townsend, MA 01469 

Thompson, Mary-Anne 

6 Hampshire Cir, Hudson. MA 01749 

Thursby, Gail Patricia 

23 Billerica Rd. Chelmsford, MA 01X24 

Tierney, Kathleen Helen 

1 Middlesex Rd. Stoneham. MA 02180 

Tierney, Timothy M 

22 Townsend St. Pepperell, MA 01463 



Timberlake, Sharon Linda 

22 Outlook Dr. Lexington, MA 02173 

Tinel, Timothy Paul 

4 Bush Hill Rd. Ipswich, MA 01938 

Tkachuk, Wendy M 

217 Conant St. Gardner, MA 01464 

Toland, Alysia Eileen 

175 Mt Pleasant St. Lowell. MA 01850 

Tollefson, Gary William 

7 Dartmouth St. Fitchburg, MA (11420 

Tolppa, Donna Lee 

1672 Pleasant St, Athol, MA 01331 

Tonry, Tammy Theresa 

24 Lionel Ave, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Toth, Karen Michelle 

448 Shawsheen St, Tewksbury, MA 01876 

Tracy, Eric R 

47 Hamilton Ave. Haverhill, MA 01830 

Tracy, Susan Mary 

59 N Lillian St, Randolph, MA 02368 

Treadup, Nicole F 

Po Box 2896, Edgartown, MA 02539 

Tremble, Christopher James 

938 Sumner Ave, Springfield, MA 01 1 18 

Trincia, Tori Renee 

144 Franklin St, Framingham, MA 01701 

Tuccolo, Jay P 

65 Ferry Rd, Haverhill, MA 01830 

Tulli, Stephen Michael 

513 Coronation Dr. Franklin, MA 02038 

Tuohy, Michael 

13 Abbot St, Westford, MA 01886 

Turchin, Darlene Mary 

2 Morton St, Leominster, MA 01453 

Turcotte, Danielle 

31 High St, Hubbardston, MA 01452 

Tuttle, Alton Byron 



PO Box 137. Sterling. MA 01564 




Underdown, James N 

9 Birch Ln, Townsend, MA 01469 

Urlage, Jane Elizabeth 

309 Soule Rd, Wilbraham. MA 01095 




Vance, Karen L 

59 Walling St. Springfield. MA 01104 



Vance, Louise 

2 1 W State Rd, Ashby, MA 0143 1 

Vandepaer, Kimberley J 

156 Wellman Ave, N Chelmsford. MA 01863 

Vandersteur, Catherine 

8 Westgate Rd, Billerica, MA 01862 

Varno, Jennifer Anne 

PO Box 427. Acton. MA 01720 

Varnum, Michelle Marie 

27 Courtland Cir. Milton. MA 02186 

Vartabedian, Lisa A 

488 Summer St, Arlington, MA 02174 

Vasile, Richard E 

18 Hay ward St, Milford, MA 01757 

Veneto, Kathy M 

70 Newcomb Ave, Randolph, MA 02368 

Venterea, Renee Ann 

195 Grove Ave, Leominster, MA 01453 

Viens, Carrie Ann 

213 School St, Agawam, MA 01001 

Vient, Charlene Lucille 

41 Burke St, Lunenburg, MA 01462 

Vigeant, Traci Ann 

83 Avis Ave, Dracut, MA 01826 




Waddell, Mark J 

7 Paul Rd. Maynard, MA 01754 

Waitekus, Renee Estelle 

167 Rock St. Norwood, MA 02062 

Walles, Christopher A 

173 Myrtle Ave, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Walsh, David Michael 

46 Ware St, Somerville. MA 02144 

Walsh, Michael Walter 

1034 Fellsway, Medford, MA 02155 

Ward, Jennifer Lee 

6(1 Woburn St. Andover, MA 01810 

Warner, Kathryn Claire 

220 W Broadway, Gardner. MA 01440 

Weinman, Amy 

10 Russell Cir. Natick. MA 01760 

Weldon, Christina Marie 

3 Hammond St. Brockton. MA 02402 

Werfelman, Suzanne Waleen 

34 Greenville Dr. Sandwich. MA 02644 

West, Kimberly Anne 

South St. Petersham, MA 01366 

Whalen, Loretta Anne 

18 Carter Rd, Burlington. MA 01803 

Whelan, Kimberly A 

28 D Street Apt A. Hull. MA 02045 



Whitaker, Carla Rae 

128 Maple St, Winchendon. MA 01475 

White, John R 

356 Chestnut St #3. Gardner. MA 01440 

White, Michele, 

3 Phelps St. Salem, MA 01970 

White, Steven John 

975 Shawsheen Rd. Tewksbury. MA 01876 

Williams, Bruce A 

165 Highland Ave, Fitchburg. MA 01420 

Williams, Margaret Ann 

150 Exchange St. Leominster, MA 01453 

Williamson, Donna Marie 

116 Cardinal CT Braintree, MA 02184 

Williamson, Laura Marie 

34 Bacon St, Natick, MA 01760 

Wilson, Douglas Frederick 

1 Francis St.. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Wilson, Michele Ann 

209 Somerset Ave, Winthrop, MA 02152 

Wilson, Nancy Jane 

64 Pacific St, Fitchburg. MA 01420 

Wittbrodt, Kathryn Martha 

1458 Concord St, Framingham. MA 01701 

Woloshchuk, Michael D 

Zuell Hill Rd. Monson. MA 01057 

Wood, Thomas Leroy 



3 Brookside Dr Ll-3. Exeter. NH 03833 




Young, June B 

175 Connors St. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Young, Timothy Michael 

3 Allen Rd. Peabody. MA 01960 




Zado, Heidi I 

June St. Dudley. MA 01570 

Zani, Lori Ann 

Meeting House Ln. New Salem. MA 01355 

Zani, Yvonne 

76 W Park Dr. Wakefield, MA 01880 

Zimmer, Maryann 

20 Park St #iib. Fitchburg. MA 01420 

Zoll, MaryE 

333 Church St, Clinton. MA 01510 



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RETIRED FACULTY 
MEMBERS 



Elmer Arsenault 

Professor 
Humanities 
Retired: May 1991 



William Bowers 
Professor 

Communications/Media 
Retired: June 1991 



Norman Carson 

Associate Professor 
Social Science 
Retired: February 1991 



Patrick Delaney 

Professor 

Chemistry 

Retired: August 1990 



Ann Green 

Associate Professor 

Early Childhood Education 

Retired: June 1991 



Donna Lee McCage 

Assistant Professor 
Behavorial Science 
Retired: June 1991 



MEMORIALS 



Carla Bore 

Assistant Professor 
Special Education 
Deceased: February 1991 



Jeffrey Gates 

Student 

Deceased: August 1990 



Theodore LaPierre 

Professor 
Computer Science 
Retired: May 1989 
Deceased: March 1990 



Jane Minasian 

Associate Professor 

Nursing 

Deceased: November 1990 



MEMORIAL 



Carla L. Borg, an assistant 
professor of special educa- 
tion since 1969, died after a 
long illness. 

She was a graduate of 
Hyde Park High School and 
West Virginia Wesleyan Col- 
lege, and she attended Bos- 
ton University. She served as 
a consultant to the Ford 
Foundation in New York and 
the National Council for Ex- 
ceptional Children in Reston, 
VA. 

She was assigned by the 
state Board of Higher Educa- 
tion as a consultant to Judge 
W. Arthur Garrity Jr. and the 
Boston School Department 
during the period of imple- 
mentation of desegregation 
and special education retain- 
ing in Boston. 

Fitchburg State Today 




MEMORIAL 



During this past year when 
one stops to think of death, a 
person would think that it 
would be the result of a su- 
preme sacrifice made for his/ 
her country. A person is ex- 
pected to live his life into the 
Golden Years with all hopes 
and dreams fulfilled. Death 
has no boundaries. 

Jeffery Gates never made 
it into the Golden Years. It 
was the end of the summer, 
and also the end of Jeff s life. 
His car crashed extinguish- 
ing the light within Jeff and 
it left us all in darkness. Jeff 
was not aware of how much 
he touched our lives. 

Jeff was a great competi- 
tor. He loved all sports es- 
pecially bowling, baseball, 
and tennis. When playing 
against Jeff he would win to 
the end and then "acci- 
dentally" make a mistake 
and end up losing the game. 

Jeff had a strong sense of 
religion and a great compas- 
sion for people. He worked in 
a halfway house taking care 
of those less fortunate than 
himself. 

He never knew how many 
friends he really had or how 
many lies he touched. He was 
someone who will be missed. 
Hopefully we all have a little 
bit of Jeff in each of us. 

James C.P. Buckley 
Brother, Sigma Tau Gamma 




MEMORIAL 



Jane Minasian, associate 
professor in the nursing de- 
partment, died suddenly on 
the evening of November 5, 
1990. 

During her fifteen years at 
Fitchburg State College, Pro- 
fessor Minasian was actively 
involved in the development 
and delivery of the nursing 
program and the governing 
structure of the college. She 
extended her concern for 
educational opportunity 
statewide as an active mem- 
ber of the Massachusetts 
State College Association. 

She was an outstanding 
teacher and sensitive and 
caring advisor to her stu- 
dents, and a highly respected 
and loved colleague. Per- 
haps, equally important is to 
remember Jane's sense of 
humor. No matter how com- 
plex the issue or heated the 
debate, Jane found a way of 
injecting her inimitable 
reality and humor into the 
discussion. She will be 
missed. 

On May 1, 1991 the Nursing 
Laboratory in Thompson 
Hall was dedicated in her 
honor. 

Carol Gilbert 

Chairperson 

Nursing Department 



PERSIAN GULF 
CRISIS 



On Wednesday, January 16, 
1991 Operation Desert Shield 
became Operation Desert 
Storm. The United States of 
America was one of the 28 
nations from five continents 
that pulled together to force 
Iraq out of Kuwait. On 
August 2, 1990, Saddam Hus- 
sien, the President of Iraq, 
ordered his troops to invade 
Iraq's neighboring country, 
Kuwait. Iraq claimed that 
Kuwait was rightfully theirs 
because at one time the land 
belonged to them. 

The United Nations did not 
feel that Iraq had the right to 
occupy Kuwait and, on No- 
vember 30, 1990, put a dead- 
line for Iraq to withdraw its 
troops by January 15, 1991. 
When Iraq refused to with- 
draw, the United States of 
America took actions and 
began the military invasion 
of Iraq. 

Many United States sol- 
diers were sent to the Middle 
East to fight Operation De- 
sert Storm. American citi- 
zens all over the country ex- 
pressed various feelings to- 
wards the United States oc- 
cupation in the Persian Gulf. 

The following is a list of 
Fitchburg State College stu- 
dents who withdrew from col- 
lege to defend their country: 

Kevin Cuddy 12-17-90 

David Dion 12-17-90 

William Gerlach 02-11-91 

Christopher Jacques 

01-22-91 

Edward King 02-11-91 

Scott Lamagna 12-14-90 

Daniel Megan 02-11-91 

Angel Santana 01-18-91 

Timothy Schilling.. 01-01-91 



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COLOPHON 

The Saxifrage Yearbook is a Student Government 
Association funded organization of Fitchburg State 
College, Fitchburg-, Massachusetts. The 1991Saxifrage 
was printed on a total printing and publishing budget 
of $18,000. The 1991 Saxifrage was printed by Hunter 
Publishing, a division of Josten's Printing and Publish- 
ing. The Senior Portraits and photo processing was 
contracted by Yearbook Associates, Millers Falls. Mas- 
sachusetts. All photography was completed by Saxi- 
frage Yearbook Staff Photographers. 

Copies: 325 

Paper Stock: 48 pgs. Lustro 100 lb. Gloss for Process 

Color, 64 pgs. 100 lb. Mead Gloss. 

Ink: Black 

Typeface: Century 

Cover: Lithographed 

Endsheets: Parchmatte Printed Black 




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The 1991 Saxifrage Yearbook, Staff would like to 
take this opportunity to thank David Marsh, Sports In- 
formational Director, to his dedication in helping us 
complete a thorough Sports Section; Laura Gurley- 
Mozie, in Management Information Systems, for her 
helpful advise to our computer needs; John Neister, our 
Josten's Sales Representative, for his never-ending 
yearbook knowledge and advising; Norm Benrimo, our 
Yearbook Associates Representative who retired in 
April 1991, for his help and encouragement; Steve 
Williams, our Yearbook Associates Representative for 
his refreshing ideas and support. 

The 1991 Saxifrage Yearbook is copyrighted by Gina 
A. Cuccovia, Editor-in-Chief, 1991. No part of this book 
may be reproduced in any form, except for educational 
purposes, without prior written permission from the 
Saxifrage Yearbook Staff. 



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